Beckman Institute Calendar (Master)
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Beckman’s Patty Jones will give an overview of the Responsible Conduct of Research speaker series. Registration is required.
Michael Long, NYU School of Medicine, will talk about neural mechanisms of vocal communication and research trying to examine the brain processes involved in interactive vocal behaviors.
The Miniature Brain Machinery Program continues its Frontiers in Miniature Brain Machinery lecture series with Marianne Alleyne, assistant professor of entomology. Alleyne will speak at 4 p.m. Sept. 9 on “Bioinspired Design: Insects Did It First – How Best To Learn From Them.”
A postdoctoral researcher and chemistry graduate student discuss their COVID-19 research.
Neuroscientist Jonathan Kipnis, Washington University School of Medicine, will talk about "Lymphatic-Glyphatic Roles in Alzheimer's Disease."
This year, the Miniature Brain Machinery Program will offer its annual retreat virtually. Join us on Zoom as we celebrate our third year of Miniature Brain Machinery with plenary lectures and presentations by our trainees. Please visit the event page for more information. 2020 MBM Retreat guest speakers: Drs. Allyson Muotri, Penny Burgoon, & Na Ji
Linda Lee Drozt, of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation, will discuss “Conflicts of Interest and Commitment.” Registration is required.
Beckman's Travis Ross, manager of the Visualization Lab, will discuss image processing. Registration is required.