Neuroscience interdisciplinary Research Development Area (iRDA) Meet-up May 3

Neuroscience is a diverse field that investigates the organization, development, and function of the nervous system. It is one of the fastest growing fields of science with research ranging from mechanisms responsible for basic neuronal function to investigations of behavior, cognition, and neurological/psychiatric disorders. Development of research teams with broad disciplinary contributions are required when investigating complex neurological processes that influence behavior and cognition.

Do you self-identify as a scholar in this area?

Do you do work that aligns with this iRDA or related areas?

Are you interested in helping to shape interdisciplinary research and scholarship related to neuroscience through collaboration?

Are you just curious about what your colleagues are doing in this area?

If so, join the Neuroscience iRDA meet-up!

Friday, May 3
10:30 a.m. - Noon
SEB 1245

RSVP Here by May 2

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Questions can be directed to Gwen Marchand or 702.895.4811.

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