We are excited to host our second GRAN series on Friday, May 20 at Brown University! We are still updating our website with speaker bios, but for preliminary information about speakers and to register for the event, please visit this link.
Confirmed Speakers for GRAN2022
Heidi Jacobs (Harvard)
Matthew Nassar (Brown)
Yakeel Quiroz (Harvard)
Michael Cole (Rutgers)
Ray Razlighi (Cornell)
Ifat Levy (Yale)
About GRAN Webinar Series
Are you an undergraduate, graduate student, postdoc, interested in learning more about the Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging?
Any early career researcher interested in aging neuroscience across a wide range of domains – including cognition, affect, memory, and everything in between – is invited to attend the inaugural Growing Up in Aging Neuroscience (GRAN) mini-symposium. Our objective is to provide a setting in which junior researchers considering or pursuing a career in aging neuroscience can learn about the latest developments (and people behind it). We have brought together world-class researchers across a wide range of career stages (from assistant to full professor) to present their work as well as share their unique experiences relating to how they became investigators (inspired by the Growing Up in Science series), in hopes of encouraging junior researchers considering or pursuing a career in aging neuroscience. To make this event accessible to a broad audience and reduce financial barriers for trainees, the event registration will be free to all attendees. Be sure to check out funding opportunities from our excellent sponsors Scientific Research Network on Decision Neuroscience and Aging.
GRAN2020 took place on via a virtual and *Free* Webinar Series in Fall 2020. Each session will be 1.5 hours long, with each speaker presenting their research and participating in an ‘Ask Anything’ Q&A session at the end of each webinar.
If you would like to rewatch any of our videos or share with your friends and colleagues, you can view all of our webinar recordings here.