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  1. Join tomorrow as Dr. Gregory Quirk from the University of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine leads a discussion on the following paper: Do-Monte, Quinones-Laracuente, Quirk (2015) A temporal shift in the circuits mediating retrieval of fear memory. Nature, 519:460-463.
  2. Dr. Gladys Maestre from the Universidad de Zulia in Venezuela will discuss Scientific Outreach and Advocacy in Latin America. Post any questions that you have in advance of the discussion tomorrow.
  3. Welcome to the Introductory Discussion for the Latin American Training Program (LATP). I am Greg Quirk, chair of the Latin American Training Program Advisory Group and a Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine. My lab focuses on the extinction of conditioned fear responses using both rat and human models. LATP Associates play an important role in the training program, and are a high priority for both the SfN and the Grass Foundation. We will take the next hour to answer questions you may have about the program. You can begin by introducing yourself!
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