32nd Annual Neuroscience Day at Dartmouth

Saturday, April 14, 2018, 8:30am–5:00pm

Oopik Auditorium, Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center

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Neuroscience Day highlights neuroscience research at Dartmouth with expert talks, a poster session, a panel discussion, and a keynote lecture.

This year’s theme is "Mind & Machine," and features a keynote talk by Dr. Rosalind Picard (MIT), who develops "wearable sensors, algorithms, and systems for sensing, recognizing, and responding respectfully to human affective information." Dr. Picard will also participate with Dartmouth neuroscientists in a panel discussion focused on the use and development of technology to measure and/or manipulate the nervous system to enhance perception, cognition, and/or behavior.

There will be a poster session, as well as opportunities for students and faculty to give 12 minute talks to a broad audience. If you would like to give a  talk about your research (highly encouraged for students), please email Allan Gulledge. There will also be "poster-teaser" talks (1-slide, 3 minutes) for students to advertise their posters. Again, please email Allan Gulledge if you would like to participate.  

See full schedule.

Free and open to the public. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided to all registered attendees. Register by March 31st.

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We look forward to seeing all of you on April 14th! 

—The Neuroscience Council:

For more information, contact Carissa Francoeur at carissa.e.francoeur@dartmouth.edu.