October 27, 2017
Carmen Dessauer, Professor, UTHealth
Ted Wensel, Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
Caleb Kemere, Assistant Professor, Rice University
Registration has ended. There will be walk-in registration available the day of the event for a limited number of people.
The brain contains about 100 billion neurons, each directly communicating with up to tens of thousands of other nerve cells. It is an exceptionally complex organ that poses unique challenges for its study. Increasing our knowledge of the brain requires revolutionary and dynamic approaches and technologies along with interdisciplinary research and collaboration in the fields neuroscience, computational biology, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, mathematics, computer science, molecular biology, biomedical informatics, neurology, physics, pharmacology, and others. This conference will explore some of the innovative research leading to understanding the brain’s fantastic complexity.
Eve Marder, Professor of Neuroscience, Brandeis University
Dan Yamins, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Computer Science,Stanford University
Benjamin R. Arenkiel, Associate Professor of Molecular & Human Genetics and Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine
Andreas Tolias, Associate Professor of Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine
Short talks by:
Daniel Gonzales, Predoctoral Student, Applied Physics/Electrical Engineering, Rice University
Madeline Farley, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Neurosurgery, Baylor College of Medicine
Doug Litwin , Predoctoral Student, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, UT Health Science Center at Houston
More information about the conference can be found here.
Please join us the day before for the GCC Cluster Neuroengineering Conference, October 26
- October 27, 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm