University of South Dakota Center for Brain & Behavior Research Symposium
Registration is now open for the 2019 USD Center for Brain & Behavior Research (CBBRe) symposium.
Register now for the 2019 CBBRe Symposium!
August 15-16, 2019; University of South Dakota, MUC Ballroom
Invited speakers and their talk titles.
Mary Cain, Kansas State University “The impact of the early rearing environment on glutamate and drug-taking behavior”
Matthew Tull, University of Toledo, “Understanding the Relation between PTSD and Substance Use Disorders from an Emotion Regulation Perspective”
Julie Kauer, Brown University, “Acute stress and synaptic plasticity in the brain reward pathway”
Gregg Henriques, James Madison University, “Theory of Knowledge”
In addition, there will be talks from CBBRe faculty and a data blitz by CBBRe students. There is stillplenty of room to present in the poster session which is open to all faculty, staff or students from any institution. Registration and food are free.
See the above link for registration and more details.