MAR 07, 2023 3:00 AM PST

Save the Date! Labroots to Host 11th Annual Neuroscience Virtual Event Series, March 8th, 2023

Neuroscience examines the nervous system's and brain's functions, including diseases, disorders, and treatments. In this rapidly changing and expanding field, staying up-to-date with the latest breakthroughs in research and education is more vital than ever. For the past five years, Labroots has been hosting a virtual event series that brings specialists of all levels together to discuss their ongoing neuroscience research.

Now, Labroots is happy to announce that registration is open for the 11th Annual Event in the Neuroscience Virtual Event Series, which will be held online only on March 8, 2023. This exciting event is free to attend and will feature speakers from academia and industry to discuss new opportunities, key challenges, and recent successes in the current neuroscience landscape. Participation in the event will also earn attendees free continuing education (CE) credits.

"The BRAIN initiative is interested in the potential of artificial intelligence techniques for the advancement of biomedical research," said Mauricio Rangel-Gomez, Ph.D., Chief of the Learning and Memory Program at the National Institute of Mental Health. "At this year's Labroots Neuroscience virtual conference, the NIH BRAIN Initiative has convened a select group of scientists that are at the forefront of the artificial intelligence field and its potential applications to biomedical research."

Topics for this year's event include:

  • NIH BRAIN Initiative: Artificial Neural Networks and Explainable AI models at the Service of Neuroscience Research
    • Variations of Network Architectures in Neuroscience
    • Variations of Learning Problems with Applications To Neuroscience
    • Applications of Artificial Neural Networks and Explainable Models
    • Plenary Panel: Challenges and Opportunities of Artificial Intelligence in Neuroscience and Explainability
  • New Developments in Neurodegenerative Disease Research
  • Progress in Mapping and Targeted Modulations of Psychiatric Disease Biomarkers
  • Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society: Hopes and Challenges

This year's Neuroscience Virtual Event features several specialist speakers, including Dr. Prasad Bandodkar, Image Analysis Scientist, ACD, a Bio-Techne brand; Dr. Sayantani Basak, Applications Scientist, Advanced Cell Diagnostics, Bio-Techne; and Dr. Timothy E. Brown, Assistant Professor, Department of Bioethics & Humanities, University of Washington School of Medicine; to name a few.

Click here to learn more about the event, speakers, and how to participate.

Even though the event is live for only one day, it will remain open to the public until March 8, 2025, meaning you can share it with any colleagues who might be unable to attend on the day after the fact.

While attending this incredible event, please use the hashtag #LRneuro to follow the conversation online while connecting with other members of the Neuroscience worldwide community. Be sure to follow Labroots Neuroscience on Twitter and Facebook to stay updated with the latest trending news and events. Now you can also join the Labroots Neuroscience LinkedIn group to start networking with others in your field!

About the Author
Master's (MA/MS/Other)
Laurence Tognetti is a six-year USAF Veteran who earned both a BSc and MSc from the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. Laurence is extremely passionate about outer space and science communication, and is the author of “Outer Solar System Moons: Your Personal 3D Journey”.
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