The Molecular and Systems Neuroscience of Cognition Symposium is in of honour Dr. Karim Nader.
Dr. Nader has made fundamental discoveries that have transformed the memory field - most significantly, he found that memories can be erased. His original publication on this subject, which has more than 2000 citations, changed the way we think about memory formation and retrieval. Dr. Nader’s work has also lead to the development of new treatment for cognitive disorders, specifically for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The symposium program will incorporate discussion time, active facilitation of participation by young scientists and trainees, as well as unstructured time between scientific sessions for in-depth, spontaneous discussions. We will have a poster section and 4 young speakers will be selected among the submitted abstracts for a short-talk.
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- Preliminary Program
- Call for Papers
- Organizing Committee
Call for Papers
Submission of abstracts are open to post-docs and graduate students, clinical and research fellows, residents and medical students. Abstracts should be limited to one page of text in pdf format and not to exceed 500 words, single spaced with a space between the title/author and the main text. The deadline to submit abstracts is October 1, 2021. Abstracts will be reviewed by the program scientific committee. Authors will be notified by October 29 as to whether their submission is approved for presentation at the poster session or as an oral presentation.
Registration on Eventbrite.
Mauro Costa-Mattioli (Baylor College of Medicine)
Paul Frankland (Hospital of Sick Children)
Satoshi Kida (University of Tokyo)
Karl Peter Giese (King's College London)
Debbie Rashcovsky (The Neuro)
Wayne Sossin (McGill University)
Brenda Milner Foundation (Neuro-Psych)
Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, The Neuro
Faculty of Medicine, McGill University
Faculty of Psychology, McGill University
Hospital for Sick Children
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