In August of each year, CBBRe holds a two-day research symposium. The goal of this annual symposium is to bring researchers together from the fields of neural and behavioral sciences, providing a forum of collegial interaction and collaboration.
Presentations include talks from internationally recognized experts in the field, invited speakers and poster presentations from CBBRe students and faculty. Students who have recently completed the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research in Addiction (SPURA) at USD will also present their work at the poster session.
Please visit our Google sites page to learn about previous symposiums, including profiles of the featured speakers from the event, along with a link to their websites for additional information.
The Research Symposium is made possible through support from the Sanford School of Medicine, The Center for Brain and Behavior Research and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), grant number R25-DA033674.