Office of Neuroscience Research
Sept 14-15 (St Charles, MO)
Keynotes: Kelsey Martin (Simons Foundation), Sarabeth Broder-Fingert (Boston U, U Mass)
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Sept 14-15 at The Ohio State University
Overall theme is deep phenotyping challenges and solutions: data analysis, standards, representation, and sharing in personalized, precision medicine
Learn more and register.
Quesitons? Contact Joshua Cermak.
Oct 9, 8a-5p
Enola Proctor Lecturer: A. Rani Elwy (Brown University)
Questions? Contact Ashley Sturm.
Oct 18-19, Knight Hall Emerson Auditorium (Danforth Campus)
Themes: AI in medicine; Generative AI; the intersection of AI human-computer interaction, and data visualization; AI and the law, policy dimension
Questions? Contact Jamie Wallace.
Poster abstract deadline Sep 24; Conference Oct 24-25
A collaborative effort between Office of the Provost, Here and Next, and the Institute for Public Health.
Questions? Contact the Institute for Public Health.
Apply by Sep 30; Event: Nov 29-30 (New Jersey)
Opportunities in basic, translational, and clinical neuroscience research
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual, Oct 21-22
WashU folks, please register through WashU and NOT on the event website, thanks!
Questions? Contact Peter Myers.
Focus on using precision health to advance health equity
Four-part series on a range of topics such as overview of research registries and genetic testing
Questions? Contact Jenny McKenzie.
Abstract deadline Oct 11; Registration deadline Oct 18; Symposium Nov 3 (SLU Campus)
Additional speakers from WashU: Jose Moron-Concepcion and Aaron DiAntonio
Questions? Contact Emily Helm.
Applications due Nov 22
Senior graduate students are invited to present their thesis research at Washington University in May 2024.
Questions? Contact Yao Chen.
Oct 5-6, EPNEC and Zoom
Scientific conference bringing together an interdisciplinary group of individuals to inspire mindfulness research using advanced cognitive neuroscience tools and technology.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Rolling admissions for both awards
Fellow award to support recruitment, faculty invited to apply. Travel award to attend a conference/course, postdocs invited to apply.
Questions? Contact Carmen Horn.
Sept 7, 14 (Zoom); registration required
Geared towards researchers new to Python
Questions? Contact Maze Ndukum.
First Fridays of the month, 9a (zoom)
Webinars consist of a 30 minute deep dive into specific topics and tools in REDCap plus time for Q&A
Questions? Contact Chris Sorensen.
Bimonthly on Fridays at 12p (Zoom webinar)
Please join us as medical teams discuss the diagnostic journeys of cases from the Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN).
Questions? Contact the WashU UDN.
Wednesdays at 4p
Offering practical background in molecular biology and genetics, an introduction to genomics technologies and research, and an understanding of the clinical application of genomics knowledge.
Questions? Contact Sara O'Neal.
Sept 12, 1-3p
We will use the EdgeR and ShortRead packages to perform RNA-seq data analysis.
Registration not required
Open to anyone at WashU with an interest in dissemination and implementation science; external collaborators welcome
Questions? Contact Center for Dissemination and Implementation.