Grossman Institute for Neuroscience, Quantitative Biology and Human Behavior at The University of Chicago
Research in neuroscience at The University of Chicago is a multi-disciplinary endeavor, spanning a diverse range of topics and techniques from molecules and cells to neural circuits and behavior. Our community of neuroscientists includes more than 90 faculty members based in many academic and clinical departments, all of which are located on the Hyde Park campus — a key feature of our institution which facilitates interactions among researchers and scholars with diverse interests, backgrounds and approaches.
Our faculty, students, and postdoctoral researchers are engaged in uncovering the principles by which the nervous system is organized, defining the mechanisms of perception and behavior, and developing the next generation of treatments for neurological disease and mental illness.
January 7th: 11:00am, KCBD 1103
Speaker: Megan Williams, PhD - University of Utah
Title: "Wiring the brain: mechanisms of target specific synapse formation"
University of Chicago faculty are invited to apply for Safadi Pilot Grants, to support the generation of preliminary or exploratory data involving novel multidisciplinary neuroscience collaborations, or to help support fellowship training involving novel multidisciplinary tools and concepts. Proposals should articulate the novel multidisciplinary collaboration, and the disease or health relevance.
Decisions about winning proposals will be made before January 1st, 2020. For detailed information, along with the application form and instructions, please visit: http://safadiprogram.uchicago.edu/