Seminars, Grand Rounds, and Events
Students show their research posters at the Neuroscience, Behavior, and Health Research Forum
Neuroscience Seminar Series
The Neuroscience Seminar Series is sponsored by the Department of Neurological Sciences, the Neuroscience Center of Biomedical Research Excellence, the Neuroscience, Behavior, and Health Initiative, the Vermont Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience, and the Neuroscience Graduate Program. All seminars are in HSRF 400 unless otherwise noted.
Neuroscience Graduate Program Student Journal Club
ANNB 381/382 is a graduate student-run journal club with research presentations and critical review of the literature in the neurosciences. Participation is open to all graduate students, but required of Neuroscience Graduate Program and Anatomy and Neurobiology Graduate students each semester.
For more details and a schedule of upcoming presentations, please refer to the NGP Student Journal Club website.
Neuroscience Grand Rounds
Neuroscience Grand Rounds are held September through June on Fridays from 12:00 to 1:00 PM in the Davis Auditorium. For details, please contact our academic office at (802) 656-4588.
For a list of past lectures, please click here.
Society for Neuroscience
October 17-21, 2015
American Academy of Neurology
April 15-21, 2016
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Cognitive Neuroscience Society
April 2-5, 2016
International Society for Posture & Gait Research
June 28 - July 2, 2015
Neuroscience-Related Events at UVM
Neuroscience, Behavior, and Health Research Forum
Neuroscience Graduate Program Calendar of Events
Continuing Medical Education Grand Rounds (CME GR)): A searchable database including Neuroscience, Psychiatry, Surgery, and other clinical specialties at the College of Medicine
College of Medicine Events: This is a partial listing of College of Medicine events. Many departments list events on their individual web sites; click here for a list of departments.
For a list of previous seminars, please follow the link below. Please check back soon for updated information.