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Research 101

Launching and Advancing Your Successful Research Career

A series of workshops continues this spring to provide faculty researchers with critical  information regarding the university's research policies and procedures. To register for any or all of the sessions, contact Sheila Pratt at spratt@kent.edu, 330-672-0701.

Time: 3 p.m.

Location: Cartwright Hall Conference Room 141

March 12, 2015: Publicizing Your Research: Explains how to effectively communicate your findings and publicize your work.

April 16, 2015: Patenting, Licensing and Commercializing Your Research: Discusses intellectual property and technology transfer procedures and policies to safeguard and potentially commercialize your research.

 

 

Third Annual Neuroscience Symposium at Kent State University

The Neuroscience of Aging


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Third Annual Neuroscience Symposium at Kent State University
The Neuroscience of Aging

April 9-10, 2015, Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center

Keynote Speaker on April 9:: Mark Mattson, chief and senior investigator, Laboratory of Neurosciences, National Institutes of Health.

Other speakers on April 10:

Roberta Diaz Brinton, Ph.D., R. Pete Vanderveen Chair in Therapeutic Discovery and Development, School of Pharmacy, University of Southern California

Gemma Casadesus Smith, Ph.D., associate professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University

Alan J. Lerner, M.D., Neurological Institute Chair for Memory and Cognition, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University; and director, Brain Health and Memory Center, University Hospitals Case Medical Center

Guilio Pasinetti, M.D. professor of psychiatry, neuroscience and geriatrics and adult development, Department of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine



 

audience at the 2014 Neuroscience Symposium
The second annual neuroscience symposium was held in April 2014 on the Neuroscience of Obesity. The symposium audience included area clinicians, faculty and students.