The Fall Neuroscience Symposium will be held on Thursday, Nov. 10, from 3:15 - 5:30, in Chesapeake A. Student Molly McDonough (Advisor - Dr. Margaret Saha, Biology) will speak on
?Compensatory gene expression following perturbations of Notch signaling in Xenopus laevis. "
Our keynote speaker, Raymond Young-Jin Cho, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, and Medical Director of the Services for the Treatment of Early Psychosis (STEP) Clinic will speak on ?Developmental Context and Mechanisms of Gamma Synchrony Disturbance in Schizophrenia?

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  • Apr212pm - 7pm
    2015 Undergraduate Science Research Symposium
    Sadler Center, James and York rooms and Tidewaters A&B
    This event is an opportunity for undergraduates students in the sciences to share their research.
  • Apr227pm - 9pm
    The Road to Shameless: A Survivor's True Story from Rape to Healing
    Andrews Hall, Room 101
    Steven King wrote, "The most important things to remember about back story are that (a) everyone has a history and (b) most of it isn't very interesting." Nancy Donoval, on the other hand, has a fascinating story, and she shares it like an artist.
  • Apr236pm
    Take Back the Night
    Washington Hall, Room 201
    Join us in support of survivors of sexual assault at our Take Back the Night event.
  • May68:30am - 8:40pm
    First Joint VIMS and William & Mary Postdoctoral Research Symposium
    VIMS - Watermen's Hall
    Join us for the first joint VIMS and William & Mary postdoctoral research symposium, showcasing the exciting work of our postdocs. All are welcome to attend. Please register for this event by April 22.
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