NeuroNetworking Seminar Series

Purdue Institute for Integrative Neuroscience
July 18, 2018
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Lyles Porter Room 1160


NeuroNetworking is a weekly summer seminar/social event for the Purdue neuroscience community.


J. Benita Sjogren will present "Regulation of RGS proteins in health and disease" and Tom Talavage will present "Neurodegenerative consequences of repeated head collisions: thinking short-term for long-term gains". 

Please join us for the talks, followed by a light dinner and conversation with fellow PIIN members.


Limited seating available; click HERE to register. 


The series runs from June 6 through August 1, and meets on Wednesdays from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm (except July 4th).  The seminars will take place in Lyles-Porter Hall, Room 1160, except on June 13 and July 25, when we will meet in the Drug Discovery Lobby Conference Room.  Registration is required and you must register for each session you plan to attend.  Registration for each event closes at noon on the preceding Monday

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