KNI symposium invites investigators to collaborate and share work

KNI Symposium

Registration is open for the 2018 Kentucky Neuroscience Clinical-Translational Research Symposium, which will take place on Oct. 5 at the Karpf Auditorium in Pavilion A of the UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital.

The symposium provides basic, translational and clinical neuroscience investigators an opportunity to discuss their work, share progress and develop collaborations. The symposium will include a scientific poster session and four theme-based platform sessions, each with 10-minute talks selected from abstract submissions.

According to Kentucky Neuroscience Institute co-director Dr. Larry Goldstein, “The event brings together a broad range of neuroscience-related investigators from a variety of colleges, centers and departments at UK to share the incredible breadth of translational and clinical neuroscience research at the university, which ultimately brings the ‘Power of Advanced Medicine’ to the patients we serve and beyond.”

Register for the symposium here.

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