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Notable Neuroscientist Visit, featuring Dr. Hildebrand, on Thursday, May 1!
 
Dr. John G. Hildebrand, from the University of Arizona, will be visitng WVU on Thursday, May 1, as part of the CN's Notable Neuroscientist Lecture Series. Dr. Hildebrand is Regents Professor of Neuroscience and Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, and Molecular & Cellular Biology at the University of Arizona, Tucson. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and was recently elected as its Foreign Secretary. His offices and awards make him among the most distinguished neuroscientists in the world.

Dr. Hildebrand will be giving two lectures on May 1 - a sciece-driven seminar at 12:00 PM in 301 BMRC, and a general audience lecture at 4:30 PM in 1909 HSC. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Please click here for more information on Dr. Hildebrand's visit, including talk titles and synopses. 
 

 

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