Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Clinical Neuroscience Training Program

Weekly Seminar Series

During the Fall and Spring semesters, students attend seminars. Lunch is provided and the atmosphere is informal. Seminars are in a variety of formats and emphasize inspiration as well as education.

  • Clinical Conferences: Faculty lead discussions about clinical cases that span several disciplines to illustrate important, complex, and integrative aspects of brain function in health and disease.
  • Careers in Neuroscience seminars: Faculty and outside physicians discuss the academic, training and life choices they have made in their careers and share what excites them in their current activities.

FALL 2017 SEMINAR SCHEDULE
(Note: All Seminars will take from 1-2pm at location indicated)

SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 (flyer)
Roy Hamilton, MD & Daniel Wolf, MD, PhD
Talk Title: Welcome & Introduction
Location: Jordan Medical Education Center (JMEC) – Room 506EW

SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 (flyer)
Kathryn Davis, MD, MSTR; Assistant Professor of Neurology
Talk Title: Localizing Epileptic Networks
Location: Jordan Medical Education Center (JMEC) – Room 506EW

OCTOBER 13, 2017 (flyer)
CNST Student Presentations
Location:

OCTOBER 20, 2017 (flyer)|
Joseph W. Kable, PhD; Baird Term Associate Professor of Psychology
Talk Title: Neural Mechanisms of Decision Making in Humans
Location: Smilow Center for Translational Research (SCTR) – Room 146AB

OCTOBER 27, 2017 (flyer)
TBA
Location: Jordan Medical Education Center (JMEC) – Room 506EW

DECEMBER 1, 2017  (flyer)
Eric Lancaster, MD, PhD; Assistant Professor of Neurology
Talk Title: TBA
Location: Jordan Medical Education Center (JMEC) – Room 506EW

DECEMBER 8, 2017 (flyer)
Max B. Kelz, MD, PhD; David E. Longnecker Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Talk Title: TBA
Location: Jordan Medical Education Center (JMEC) – Room 506EW

 

SPRING 2018 SEMINAR SCHEDULE

(Note: All Seminars will take place in the Jordan Medical Education Center; 1-2pm. Click on the talk title to see presentation.)