The Neuroscience Program has a multitude of meetings attended by a majority of faculty and students in addition to the many on-campus seminars.
One of the many highlights of the Neuroscience program has been the yearly NSP retreat in early fall. The event highlights Student, Post-Doc, Faculty talks and poster presentations along with Faculty Data Blitzes and an evening keynote speaker.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, NSP will not be having its typical in-person retreat in fall 2020. Rather, events are being planned around a remote “Retreat Week” for the week of September 21. Each day that week, there will be a 1-2 hour session focused around a specific scientific theme in which faculty and students will provide short presentations. The week will conclude with an evening keynote talk from Dr. Jaideep Bains on Friday Sept 25.
Please contact us or reach out to the faculty coordinators of the NSP Retreat Committee, Drs. Fabrice Dabertrand and Kate Smith, for more information.
Seminars held every Tuesday (September- June).
The Neuroscience Program runs a student led journal club for graduate students.
Schedule to be announced. Journal clubs will be held on select Tuesdays at 10am; breakfast will be provided. We will be continuing the journal club format where we will be hosting journal club with select speakers. ALL Journal Clubs will be held in RC1N 4109 *unless noted.
The Neuroscience Program has memorialized Tom V. Dunwiddie, PhD with a seminar series of student invited speakers.
Schedule to be announced.
The Rocky Mountain Regional Neuroscience Group (RMRNG) is a local area chapter of the National Society for Neuroscience (SfN). Our membership is comprised of all individuals in the Denver and Rocky Mountain area with a strong interest in Neuroscience research. This includes students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty at regional universities and medical centers:
We host an annual meeting at the Anschutz Medical Campus and we provide opportunities for students and fellows to win travel fellowships to the annual SfN meeting.
The Front Range Neuroscience Group (FRNG) is a local area chapter of the National Society for Neuroscience (SfN). Our membership is comprised of all individuals in the "Front Range" with a strong interest in Neuroscience research. This includes students and faculty at regional universities (Colorado State University, Unilversity of Wyoming, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, University of Northern Colorado, Denver University, and the University of Nebraska at Kearney) as well as other research centers (Spinal Cord Society Research Center in Fort Collins).
We host a local meeting annually in December, and we provide opportunities for students to win travel fellowships to the annual SfN meeting.