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.
September 12th-13th: Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago
The 2019 Midwest Computational Biology Workshop will explore emerging topics in the field of computational biology, covering a spectrum of algorithmic and machine learning challenges to address biological questions.
September 26th: BSLC 001, 11:00am
Speaker: Samuel Sober, PhD - Emory University
Title: "Neural, Muscular and Computational Mechanisms of Skilled Motor Control"
Host: Sarah London, PhD
On October 10th, here at the University Chicago, you are invited to attend the 2019 Carlson Symposium for Neuroscience. This year, the Carlson Symposium features four leaders working in sensory and cognitive systems with cutting edge techniques.