ANS Developmental Neuroscience Forum (ADNF) Symposium IV: Thursday, Jan 28, 2021 (9AM-11AM AEST)
With Prof Helen Cooper (UQ, Australia) From neural tube to neocortex: the role of adhesion in maintaining stem cell morphology and function. - Dr Jin-Wu Tsai (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan): In the search for new genes involved in brain development and disorders. - Dr Isabel Del Pino (Instituto Principe Felipe, Spain) -Regulation of intrinsic network activity during area patterning in the cerebral cortex. -Dr Hongyan Wang (Duke-NUS, Singapore): Modeling Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Flies.
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ADNF Symposium Recordings Now Available!
Symposium 1 - Part I
Symposium 1 - Part II
ADNF Sympoisum II
ADNF Symposium III
Hello, are you interested in developmental neuroscience research? If YES, then we welcome you to sign up for virtual events in the upcoming ANS Developmental Neuroscience Forum (ADNF) below!
Who we are
We are members of the Australasian Neuroscience Society (ANS), with an interest in developmental neuroscience. Our mission is to provide year-long engagement for our colleagues all over the world.
What we do
(i) monthly virtual symposia (4 speakers over a 2h session) comprising national and international speakers, and with gender and equity targets;
(ii) hold regular morning/afternoon teas, depending on where you are in Australasia/the World;
(iii) provide peer-to-peer exchange of ideas and panel discussions.
How to participate
Sign up below to join our mailing list for full details of presentations and speakers. We also encourage members to nominate speakers for this series, or even nominate yourself to speak about one of your exciting projects which you have published as a pre-print, or recently online.
Join the ADNF, as audience member as well as speaker!
Join up now here: https://thehenglab.com/the-ans-developmental-neuroscience-forum-new/
The ADNF team
(Julian Heng, Nathalie Dehorter, Michael Piper, Kelly Glendining)