The 3rdAnnual Neuroscience Symposium: Cellular and Immunological Basis of Mood Disorders
For the third consecutive year, our program director Dr. Flavio Kapczinski and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences will be hosting a symposium to highlight the expanding research activities in the field of neuroscience. The 3rd Annual Neuroscience Symposium: Cellular and Immunological Basis of Mood Disorders will take place at St. Joe’s West 5th Campus on January 17, 2020. As such, we are delighted to host researchers from Institut Pasteur and Université Bordeaux in France, Lieber Institut for Brain Development in the US, Queen’s University, and McMaster University. Lectures from this elite team of scientists will cover the topics of:
Attendees from the Neuroscience Graduate Program will have the opportunity to participate in a poster session and competition. Lunch will be provided, and registration is free of charge. For students interested in international research and exchange, this is a fantastic opportunity to network with the world’s leading neuroscientists!
Visit www.neurosymposium.org to register and view more details on the event!
Registration is due by January 1st at 5pm
Abstract submissions are due by January 13th at 5pm