Past Events

5th Annual GCC Mental Health Conference on Sept. 19, 2023

Confirmed keynote speakers include Shelly Flagel, Univ. of Michigan and John Mantsch, Medical College of Wisconsin. Stay tuned to the symposium website for updates on additional speakers and agenda.

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Mental Health Research Consortium Neurotherapeutics Workgroup Summer Series Seminar: Miniaturization and Scale-Up of Electrophysiology for Neurotherapeutics Development

Speakers: Alessandro Porro, ElementsIntroducing ePatch - The Only Low-Cost Patch-Clamp Amplifier, You Can Mount Directly on the Manipulator! Tim Strassmaier, Nanion TechnologiesA High-Throughput Survey of Ion Channel Expression in iPSC-Derived […]

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MHR Connecting Circuits Workgroup Roundtable

Please join us for the Mental Health Research Consortium Connecting Circuits Workgroup Roundtable on October 6, 2022, from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm at the BioScience Research Collaborative, 6500 Main St., Houston, […]

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BioScience Research Collaborative Auditorium, 6500 Main St
Houston, Texas 77030 United States
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Mental Health Research Consortium: Summer Neurotherapeutics Summer Seminar

Please join us for the Mental Health Research Consortium Neurotherapeutics Workgroup Summer Seminar on June 20, 2022 at 12:00 pm-1:00 pm on Zoom.  “Newer approaches to drug targeting the Central Nervous […]

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GCC Brain Computer Interfaces Neural Mechanisms Seminar Series

The workshop will feature Dr. Emily Caporello, Director, NINDS Small Business Program. Dr. Caporello will be available for a roundtable discussion during the second hour for those interested in discussing […]

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GCC Mental Health Monthly Seminar

Matters of the Heart: Contributions of Psychoneuroimmunology to Spousal Bereavement Chris Fagundes, Rice University

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GCC Biological Psychiatry Workgroup and SCO Networking Symposium

The Gulf Coast Consortia is pleased to invite you to a networking event jointly sponsored by the Clusters for Single Cell Omics and Mental Health Research/Biological Psychiatry workgroup. With the […]

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