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  1. Hi all, I am Jing Ning and I am a Year2 PhD student studying neural circuits at McGill University. I am looking for another girl to share a double room during the conference. Don't hesitate to contact me (jing.ning@mail.mcgill.ca) if you are also looking for a roommate. Thank you!
  2. Hi! I am a neuroscience research assistant (25 yo) at UCSF looking for a roommate to split a room with for SFN from Nov 13-16. The rest of my lab will arrive on the 13th, but if the dates Nov 12-16 work better for you, I'm happy to do that as well. I haven't picked out a hotel yet, I'm open to whichever one you want! This is my first time at SFN. I'm easygoing and excited to meet other neuroscientists. Please email me at mikayla.dilbeck@ucsf.edu if you are interested
  3. I am a postdoc from St Jude Children's Research Hospital US, primary research is T cell response in AD neurodegeneration. Would like to search around after meeting Personal habit: keep everything clean and tidy, no drug, no smoke and no alcohol We can plan to rent Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego or find a house from Air B&B. If you are interested, please let me know it or contact me by email: wei.su@stjude.org.
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