Summer student researchers will present their work at the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering on August 19 and 20, 2012, in Russell Hall, Suite 204, 1414 NE 42nd St., Seattle, WA 98105. Each student will speak for 10 minutes and then answer questions from the audience for 5 minutes. This research symposium is open to everyone; RSVPs are not required to attend.
A US-Japan Symposium "Current Trends and Future Directions of Synaptic Plasticity Research" will be held at the University of Washington, July 18-20, 2013.
This meeting will bring together 47 experts from the US and Japan to discuss recent research aimed to understand the molecular mechanisms of synaptic plasticity and to identify hypothesis and new technical challenges for the next decade.
The 2011 Allen Institute for Brain Science Symposium: "Open Questions in Neuroscience" will take place October 4-5, 2011, in Seattle. The symposium will offer "... a thought-provoking program that addresses key areas of neuroscience and looks to the future of the field. Bringing together a diverse group of leading scientists, the meeting will feature a mixture of talks and discussion to inspire innovative thinking and engage participants in exploring compelling avenues for advancing brain research."