Present at the 23rd Annual Neuroscience @ Storrs Symposium

You are cordially invited to the 23rd ANNUAL NEUROSCIENCE AT STORRS SYMPOSIUM on Tues, October 29th, 2019 from 3:30 pm-8:30 pm in Dodd / Bousfield on the Storrs campus.

Please note that this event is OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED UNDERGRADUATES, GRAD STUDENTS, POSTDOCS, STAFF AND FACULTY from across UConn departments and schools.

The following website has all relevant information and will be updated frequently.  At this time, we request the following information (submission on the website):

https://neuroscience.uconn.edu/neuroscience-at-storrs-rsvp/

1) If you plan on attending the symposium, please RSVP as an attendee.  Again, all UConn undergrads, grad students, postdocs, staff and faculty pursuing neuroscience research or interested in neuroscience are welcome and encouraged to attend.

2) If you are a UConn graduate student, postdoctoral fellow or undergraduate engaged in neuroscience research and would like to present a POSTER, please sign up with your poster title and abstract as soon as possible. There are PRIZES for best poster!  Poster format is the same as you might present at ex. Society for Neuroscience. Please note that we have a limited number of spots for posters.

3) If you are a UConn graduate student or postdoctoral fellow engaged in neuroscience research and would like to present at the DATABLITZ, please sign up with your presentation title. The DataBlitz is a 3 minute long presentation of your research endeavoring to be as clear and concise as possible in the communication of your work to a broad audience. Please note that we also have a limited number of spots for the DataBlitz but there are PRIZES for best talk!

Please share this invitation with faculty members, grad students, undergrads, postdoctoral fellows and scholars through your Department/Institute listservs. Faculty, please encourage your trainees to attend and participate in the poster session and DataBlitz. Thank you!

For general inquiries about the event, please contact Dr. Alex Jackson (alexander.jackson@uconn.edu) in the Dept. of Physiology and Neurobiology.