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NEUROPSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH DAY

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ANNUAL RESEARCH DAY

Queens College of The City University of New York hosts an annual Neuropsychology Research conference, which provides a forum for students and faculty in the program to present their latest and most exciting research, and fosters collaborations and awareness of the high caliber neuroscience research that is at Queens Collge. The one day meeting annually attracts over 100 researchers (faculty, graduate and undergraduate students) from the six different CUNY campuses and across Psychology Training Areas. All are welcome to attend. The conference is free and open to the public. The event is highlighted by the keynote address.

For more information or questions about Neuropsychology Research Day, please contact Dr. Carolyn Pytte, conference organizer.

Keynote speakers in the past have included: Dr. Mortimer Mishkin, Chief of the Laboratory of Neuropsychology, NIMH (2004); Dr. Bruce McEwen, Rockefeller University (2005), Dr. Jeffrey Halperin, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Queens College (2006), Dr. Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University (2007), Dr. Nadine Gaab, Harvard (2008), Dr. Eric Nestler, Mount Sinai Medical Center (2010), Dr. Alex Martin, NIH National Institute of Mental Health (2011), Dr. Paul Glimcher, NYU (2012), and Dr. Marina Picciotto, Yale (2013).

This year’s Neuropsychology Research Day:

    Thursday, January 22, 2015
    9:30-3:00 Rosenthal Auditorium, Ground floor room 230

This year’s keynote speaker is:

    Mary Kritzer, Ph.D.
    Professor of Neurobiology and Behavior at SUNY Stony Brook, Research Scientist and member of the Research Board of Directors of the Matt and Debra Cody Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.

    Sex and sex hormone effects on prefrontal dopamine systems: Implications for executive function in health and disease
    1:00-2:00

Full 2015 program
Livestream it HERE

Full schedules of past years' speakers are below.

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013