Seminars and Events

2018 - 2019 Neuroscience Graduate Program

Video Conference Seminar Schedule

Tuesdays:  4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

(KU-L) West Campus:  Room 3005 - School of Pharmacy - 2010 Becker Dr.    

(KUMC) Campus:  Room 2030 - Hemenway Life Sciences Innovation Center

Date Seminar
September 11
Scott Koppel, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)  RESCHEDULED
 
Mentor:  Dr. Russel Swerdlow
September 25
Ian Weidling, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Russel Swerdlow
October 09
Olivia Eller-Smith, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Julie Christianson
October 23
Guest Speaker: Dr. Amber Watts, Assistant Professor
 
Department of Clinical Psychology (KU-L)
November 13
Pau Yen Wu, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Doug Wright
November 27
Scott Koppel, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Russel Swerdlow
December 11
Guest Speaker: Dr. Panying Rong, Assistant Professor
 
Department of Speech-Language-Hearing (KU-L)
December 25 ~ No Seminar - Winter Break ~
January 2019 ~ No Seminars in January - Winter Break ~
February 12
Heather Shinogle, NS Graduate Student (KU-L)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Eduardo Rosa-Molinar
February 26
Irma Torres-Vazquez, NS Graduate Student (KU-L)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Eduardo Rosa-Molinar
March 12
Daniel Elliott, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Doug Wright
March 26
Joseph Farthing, NS Graduate Student (KU-L)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Eduardo Rosa-Molinar

April 09

Arielle Swopes,  NS Graduate Student (KU-L)
 
Mentors: Dr. Shi Du Yan & Dr. Adam Smith
April 23
Blaise Menta, NS Graduate Student (KUMC)
 
Mentor:  Dr. Russel Swerdlow
May 14
Guest Speaker: Dr. Jai Subramanian, Assistant Professor
 
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology (KU-L)

Contact Information

The University of Kansas
Neuroscience Graduate Program
c/o Dr. Rick Dobrowsky
School of Pharmacy, Ste 2001-D
2010 Becker Drive
Lawrence, KS 66047
Telephone: (785) 864-3531 or (785) 864-3893
E-mail: dobrowsky@ku.edu or psteffan@ku.edu

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