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Neuroscience and Networking in New Orleans!

October 18, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Welcome to New Orleans!

It’s been a busy week for our researchers, many of whom were down in New Orleans at the annual Society for Neuroscience (SFN) meeting. More than 28,000 people attended this year—what an amazing place to learn about new ideas for research and to network with future collaborators, both in and outside the field of epilepsy!

Epilepsy’s presence at the conference is definitely growing. This year, there were nearly 200 posters and talks related to the disease. In addition, for only the second year, there was an “Epilepsy Social” (co-sponsored by CURE!), which I’ve been told was packed the ENTIRE time! Much thanks to Chris Dulla for keeping this new tradition going. The more opportunities for people to get in the same room and talk about how to move the field forward, the better!

Ed Dudek, PhD (University of Utah) and Epilepsy Social organizer Chris Dulla, PhD (Tufts University)

Eduardo Pineda, PhD (UCLA), Vicky Whittemore, PhD (NIH/NINDS), Shanti Frausto, PhD (University at Pennsylvania), Theanne Griffith (Northwestern University), and Matt Kelley (UCLA)

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