Winter Conference on Brain Research

The first "WCBR" was organized by neuroscientists from UCLA and was held at the University of California conference center near Lake Tahoe in 1968. There were ~60 attendees, and the meeting was oriented mostly towards behavioral neuroscience and electrophysiological recording. Now our meeting includes ~500 neuroscientists from all over the world who work in a wide variety of fields. The format includes over 80 posters and 84 panels and workshops. The aim of panels is for experts in a specific field to provide a broad overview for a general audience. Workshops are more focused and are aimed at discussing specific issues in a given field. Posters represent an individual's scientific contributions. The meeting provides a unique opportunity for you to catch up on new developments in fields outside your own, meet and interact with long-time colleagues, and develop new collaborations in a casual setting.
The week begins on Saturday night with the opening reception. The opening breakfast on Sunday features a Keynote speaker, Dr. David Linden,Johns Hopkins University. All participants are expected to stay for the duration of the conference.
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The conference begins with a Welcome Wine and Cheese Reception on Saturday, January 26 from 6:00-7:30 PM. The reception kicks off with Newcomers, Fellows, and Mentors only from 6:00-6:30 PM; all attendees from 6:30-7:30 PM.

The Plenary Address and Opening Breakfast will be on Sunday, January 27. Breakfast begins at 7:00 AM, and the Plenary Address at 8:00 AM.

The Closing Banquet and Dance will be Thursday, January 31 at 7:30 PM.

If you have any questions, please direct them to Michelle Chappell at winterbrain@mx.uillinois.edu.

26 Jan - 31 Jan 2013

Breckenridge, Colorado
United States of America
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