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?
- Mar16All dayApplication Deadline: Fall 2015 & Academic Year 2015-2016 Sponsored Semester ProgramsApply onlineApply online
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- Mar267pmDebra Nystrom to SpeakTucker Hall, Tucker Theatre 127ADebra Nystrom is the author of three books of poetry, Bad River Road and Torn Sky (Sarabande Books) and A Quarter Turn (Sheep Meadow Press).
- Mar274pm - 6pmWhy Stories Matter: Understanding Narrative MedicineTucker Hall, 127aA Talk by Natasha Sriraman, M.D., Pediatrics Faculty, Eastern Virginia Medical School. Natasha Sriraman, M.D. is one of the leaders of the COLL 200 W&M-EVMS Narrative Medicine for Excellence Project.
- Apr25:30pm - 7pmCareers in Public Health PanelCohen Career CenterShow More...
- Apr1012pm - 1pmHealth Care Ethics Presentation - Dr. Kathy McReynoldsCohen Career Center
- Apr107pmWalter Mosley to Speak at the Kimball TheatreOff-Campus, Kimball Theatre, 424 W Duke of Gloucester St, Williamsburg, VA 23185Walter Mosley will speak at the Kimball Theatre. Tickets are required, available at the Kimball Theatre box office, but this reading and all others are free and open to the public, thanks to a generous bequest from the late Patrick Hayes.All events in April 2015
- Feb2212am-Mar811:55pmNational College Health Assessment: Check Your Inbox Now!On-lineThis confidential health survey allows the College to map a wide range of health issues, making our campus healthier. And as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student, you have a chance of winning one of many great prizes!
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