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NeuroNex brings together researchers working across disciplines into a coherent network to develop innovative, accessible, and shared technologies and approaches, as well as theoretical frameworks and computational modeling to advance understanding of brain function across organizational levels and a diversity of species. We’re building a foundation for the next generation of research into the brain.
The theme of the 2020 NeuroNex meeting is Dimensions of Team Science Diversity. Diversity is critical to creative problem solving and innovation, and the success of team science depends on recognizing and removing barriers to creating richly diverse teams. Scientists can be diverse in many ways, from gender, race, sexual orientation, and cultural background to experimental approach and choice of model organism.
NeuroNex3 will include keynote speakers and panel discussions with presentations and posters by NeuroNex investigators and trainees. There will also be plenty of opportunity to network and exchange ideas and insights.
Meeting Format: Wed-Thurs, October 28-29, 2020 | 10AM-3PM EDT
Two 2-Hour Sessions per day with a 1-hour break in the middle at 12PM EDT on both days. Poster sessions planned during breaks.
Joshua Vogelstein, PhD
Institute for Computational Medicine Center for Imaging Science
Johns Hopkins University
Linnaea Ostroff, PhD
Physiology and Neurobiology
University of Connecticut
Please contact meeting coordinator Sara Bradley with any questions.
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