Submissions to the Neurobehavioral Research Symposium Due July 28

VERMILLION, S.D. – Submissions to the University of South Dakota and Center for Brain and Behavior Research Neurobehavioral Research Symposium are due July 28.

The symposium, Aug. 15-16, will bring together researchers from the fields of neural and behavioral sciences and provide a forum for 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 at USD will present their work at the poster session.

The research symposium is made possible through support from the University of South Dakota, the Sanford School of Medicine, Sanford Health, the Center for Brain and Behavior Research and the National Institute on Drug Abuse. For additional information on how to register, please visit the CBBRe website.

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