The OHSU Brain Institute Annual Forum is an opportunity for the OHSU neuroscience community to come together, learn about current research and network with new and established colleagues. This year, the forum highlights research by some of OHSU’s early-career, emerging neuroscientists. Consider joining your colleagues for the forum talks and reception. Registration by Oct. 1, 2019, required for this free event.
OHSU Brain Institute Annual Forum
1 to 5 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 7, 2019
Oregon National Primate Research Center
Registration deadline: Midnight Oct. 1
2019 Forum speakers
- Alison Weiss, Ph.D., Jodi McBride Lab: “Using PET imaging to track neuropathological changes in a macaque model of Huntington’s Disease”
- Taasin Srivastava, Ph.D., Stephen Back Lab: “Role of hyaluronan in perinatal white matter injury”
- Allison Schaser, CCC-SLP, Ph.D., Vivek Unni Lab: “Transport of alpha-synuclein fibril aggregates in an in vivo mouse model of Parkinson’s disease”
- Lucy Parrington, Ph.D., Balance Disorders Lab: “Concussion and functional assessment”
- Tess Koerner, AuD, Ph.D., National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research, VA: “Effects of age on electrophysiological and behavioral measures of binaural processing in humans”
- Trevor McGill, Ph.D., Department of Ophthalmology: “Stem cell therapy for the treatment of macular degeneration”
- Mark Doyle, Ph.D., Department of Physiology and Pharmacology: “Cardiac sympathetic synaptic circuitry within the mouse stellate ganglion: cholinergic collaterals on adrenergic neurons”
1 p.m. Optional tour of campus
2:30 p.m. Neuroscience research presentations
4 p.m. Reception
Registration is required. Please indicate in the comments section whether you will join the 1 p.m. tour and if you can offer or need a ride.
Questions? Please email Kate Stout.