The Neuroscience Institute Postdoc Seminar Series
Upcoming Postdoc Seminar
ming chen, PhD
june 18th at 3pm CT
brown university dept. of neuroscience
“Sonar sensing algorithm inspired by the auditory system of big brown bats”
The University of Chicago Rising Stars in Neuroscience Seminar Series
We are hosting a new seminar series that will highlight the exciting work of external postdoctoral scholars in our worldwide community. Our virtual series gives us the opportunity to hear from younger scientists before they have their first position as independent researchers. We invite postdoctoral scholars and even senior graduate students to apply for a slot in our 2020-2021 series. Scholars can use this opportunity to practice their “job talks”, to highlight their newest and most exciting results, and have the option to share their recorded talk with the general public via our Institute website.
All of the talks will be online and synchronous with the local UChicago neuroscience community at 3pm via Zoom. The speaker will have a roundtable discussion with faculty, students, and postdocs here in the UChicago community after their seminar, and has the option to setup additional one-on-one meetings with our neuroscientists. If desired, detailed feedback on the presentation will be provided to the speaker.
Mentors may submit recommendation letters directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Required Application Documents
300-word research highlight
Current paper or pre-print or poster
applications are accepted on a rolling basis
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