Advances in Neuroscience: Behavior, development and disease, April 5

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The 2019 Oregon National Primate Research Center Scientific Symposium features keynote speakers and OHSU scientists on panels covering the latest neuroscience advances in four topics: neurodevelopment, neurocircuitry and behavior, neuroimmunology, and cerebral vasculature.

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Advances in Neuroscience: Behavior, development, and disease
Hosted by the Division of Neuroscience
April 5, 2019, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Montagna Auditorium, OHSU West Campus
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Panel topics

NEURODEVELOPMENT
Keynote: Margaret Livingstone, Ph.D., Takeda Professor of Neurobiology, Harvard University
Panelists: Anna Roe, Martha Neuringer, Elinor Sullivan and Colin Studholme (University of Washington)

NEUROCIRCUITRY AND BEHAVIOR
Keynote: Dayu Lin, Ph.D., Departments of Psychiatry and Neuroscience and Physiology, New York University
Panelists: Vincent Costa, Verginia Cuzon Carlson and Matthew Ford

NEUROIMMUNOLOGY
Keynote: Natalie Zahr, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
Panelists: Scott Wong, Mary Stenzel-Poore and Mark Slifka

CEREBRAL VASCULATURE
Keynote: Afonso Silva, Ph.D., Department of Neurobiology, University of Pittsburgh
Panelists: Bill Rooney, Paul Barnes, Anushra Mishra, Kathy Grant

Registration

Register early — space is limited for this free event.
Registration includes breakfast, lunch and an optional tour of the Center.
Contact Louise Sacha <sachal@ohsu.edu> for information about registration and questions about the symposium.