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Reminder - Webinar Today

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Meridian Watters

Dear Associates,

This is a final reminder to register for the webinar this Thursday at 2pm EST if you have not had a chance to yet. Drs. Diane Lipscombe and John Maunsell will share great tips and insight on publishing a manuscript and answer your questions at the end of the webinar. Please take a moment to read through the biographies for each of the presenters below:

Dr. Diane Lipscombe is the PI of the Jointly Sponsored Predoctoral Training Program in Neuroscience and Co-PI of the Advanced Predoctoral Training Program in Neural Dynamics, and Interim Director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science at Brown University.  She is also Chair of the steering committee for the Neuroscience Graduate Program and Graduate Partnerships Program with NIH and was a prior director of the Neuroscience Graduate Program (2004-2012). She is also on the external advisory council for the NIH BEST program.  Dr. Lipscombe’s research focuses on studying the role of calcium ion channels in chronic pain, migraine disorders, as well as their contributions to psychiatric disorders. 

Dr. John Maunsell has previously served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Neuroscience (2008-2012), as an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (1997-2011), and currently serves as the Director of the Grossman Institute for Neuroscience, Quantitative Biology and Human Behavior at the University of Chicago.  Dr. Maunsell’s laboratory studies the function and organization of visual cerebral cortex using molecular, anatomical and electrophysiological tools.  His current research includes investigations of how the representation of visual objects by populations of cortical neurons changes when attention is directed to those objects, and the mechanisms by which these attention-related changes are mediated. 

In the meantime, there is already a discussion going on about writing scientific papers -  join the conversation!

We look forward to your participation and, as always, I’m happy to answer any questions.


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