2019 DIBS Distinguished Lecture & Symposium, “From Brain Circuits to Behavior: How Technology is Transforming the Science of Mental Health,”
Please mark your calendar for Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 20, for the 2019 DIBS Distinguished Lecture & Symposium, “From Brain Circuits to Behavior: How Technology is Transforming the Science of Mental Health,” 1-5 p.m., Penn Pavilion, followed by a reception.
The Symposium will feature NIMH Director Joshua A. Gordon, MD, PhD; Duke faculty presentations; and a grad student/trainee poster contest. The event is FREE, but registration is required. Please click HERE to go directly to the registration form.
Symposium Includes Grad Student/Trainee Poster Contest!
If you are a Duke grad student, postdoc, resident physician, or other Duke trainee, please consider submitting a brain-sciences poster & 250-word abstract by Friday, Jan. 25, to participate in the poster contest and exhibition. For more information and to submit an abstract, click HERE. (Note: You do not need to submit a separate registration form if you have submitted a poster abstract.) Two winning posters will be selected, one in basic-science research and the other in clinical research, and announced at the event. Winners will receive $100 gift cards.