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SLU Center for Neuroscience 3rd Annual Research Symposium


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When: Friday, November 03, 2017 at 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Where: SLU Allied Health Multipurpose Room (3437 Caroline Mall, 63104)

The SLU Center for Neuroscience will be holding its third Annual Research Symposium this coming November. This symposium offers the opportunity for members of the SLU community to showcase ongoing research that furthers our understanding of the function of the nervous system in health and disease. The symposium will consist of a seminar by a nationally-recognized speaker, a 2-hour poster session, followed by a reception. Attendance is open to all members of the University as well as the wider community. By providing a space to highlight projects that connect to the Center’s mission, the symposium aims not only to raise awareness about Center members’ activities but also to promote collaboration, disseminate knowledge, and provide an opportunity for networking and continued growth of neuroscience research and scholarship at Saint Louis University.

 

Schedule:

Keynote Lecture - 1:00 PM in Pitlyk Auditorium A, LRC

Frances Jensen, M.D., FACP, Professor and Chair of the Department of Neurology at the University of Pennsylvania
"Epilepsy Spectrum Disorder: Shared neurobiology of epileptogenesis and cognitive comorbidities"

Poster Session - 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM in the Allied Health Multi Purpose Room, 3rd Floor

Reception to follow in Allied Health Multi Purpose room

 

Registration for the meeting can be done here.

 
Submit your abstract via this link (which will take you to a Google Form).
 
There are no registration or submission fees. 
 
Abstract Submission - October 1 submission deadline
Participants interested in presenting a poster must submit an abstract that includes the following information:
- Title
- Authors and affiliations (first author must be the presenting author)
- The body of the abstract (maximum of 350 words) should include the study’s objective(s), a brief description of the methods, a summary of results and conclusions.
- Disclosure of sources of support and any relevant conflicts of interest 
 
Submission of the abstract by the author acknowledges that the work has not been reported in a full scientific publication prior to its’ submission- published abstracts are acceptable. In addition, please indicate that work was performed with IRB or IACUC approval, if applicable.
 
All posters must fit on a 4’x6’ board.
 
Monetary prizes will be awarded for the 1st place posters in each of three categories: first author undergraduate students, first author pre-doctoral students and first author post-doctoral or clinical fellows. Judging will be by faculty. Please note: a student or fellow can be first author on only ONE poster.
 
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at: slucenterforneuroscience@slu.edu 
 
Timeline of events:
Call for abstracts: August 1, 2017 
Abstracts due: October 1, 2017 (NO LATE ABSTRACTS ACCEPTED)
 
For additional information email Mark Voight
 


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