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2020-5-17 to 2020-5-22
Ventura Beach Marriott, Ventura, CA
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Bosiljka Tasic will present at this conference focused on single-cell genomics. She will participate in a discussion titled, "Applications to Neurobiology."
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2020-5-18 to 2020-5-21
Pittsburgh, PA
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Amy Bernard will present a Distinguished Plenary Session on May 19 at the Pathology Informatics Summit 2020.
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2020-6-18 to 2020-6-19
Allen Institute
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Neuropixels probes represent a major advance in neural recording technology. Join us to learn the ins and outs of Neuropixels probes from our scientists and research associates as well as UW faculty. Applications are due by April 1.
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2020-6-22 to 0-0-0
Allen Institute
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he Distinguished Seminar Series features presentations by outstanding thinkers and scientists, sponsored by the Allen Institute for Brain Science. On June 22, we will host Mackenzie Mathis of Harvard University. We welcome members of the broader community to join us for these open seminars. See the seminar series page for a schedule of upcoming speakers and view video presentations from past speakers. Seminars take place from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Allen Institute auditorium. Learn More
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2020-7-19 to 2020-7-24
Grand Summit Hotel at Sunday River, Newry, ME
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Saskia de Vries will present at this conference focused on using optogenetics to study neurobiology. She will lead a discussion titled, "Global Signaling Across Brain States."
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2020-8-16 to 2020-8-21
Waterville Valley, NH
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Hongkui Zeng will present at this conference focused on the genetics, genomics and evolution of the visual system. She will present in a session titled, "Central Visual Development and Sensory Integration."
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2020-8-22 to 2020-9-6
Friday Harbor, WA
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This intensive two-week, interdisciplinary course aims to give advanced students in neuroscience, biology, physics, engineering and computer science a rapid introduction to the current state of understanding of the neurobiology of sensory processing. The workshop is held at the University of Washington's Friday Harbor Labs in Friday Harbor, WA, from August 23 through September 7, 2020. The workshop is preceded by an optional Python bootcamp at the University of Washington and the Allen Institute on Saturday, August 22, and Sunday, August 23. Applications are due March 19, 2020.
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2020-10-1 to 0-0-0
Allen Institute
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The Distinguished Seminar Series features presentations by outstanding thinkers and scientists, sponsored by the Allen Institute for Brain Science. On October 1, we will host Anatol Kreitzer of the Gladstone Institute for Neurological Disease and the University of California, San Francisco. We welcome members of the broader community to join us for these open seminars. See the seminar series page for a schedule of upcoming speakers and view video presentations from past speakers. Seminars take place from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Allen Institute auditorium. Learn more
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2020-10-24 to 2020-10-28
Washington, DC
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Meet scientists from the Allen Institute for Brain Science at this year's SFN conference. Visit us at booth #301, attend our talks and events, register for our Satellite Workshops, keep up with us on social media (#sfn20), and stop by one of our posters. visit sfn site
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2020-12-15 to 2020-12-16
Allen Institute
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Join us in the exploration of understanding the brain through innovative, team science approaches at our annual Allen Institute for Brain Science Showcase Symposium.
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