Remembering the Past. Imagining the Future
October 13, 2022 (all day)
The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute's annual symposium brings together the Stanford research community to advance our understanding of the mind and brain in health and disease and to showcase the next generation of neuroscience.
This year, our ninth annual symposium will explore the latest research on the neuroscience of memory, why our ability to learn and remember declines with age, and how we can promote brain resilience into the future.
Featuring the following distinguished speakers:
- Sheena Josselyn, University of Toronto/The Hospital for Sick Children
- Nicole Rust, University of Pennsylvania
- Lila Davachi, Columbia University
- Elizabeth Mormino, Stanford University
- David Foster, University of California, Berkeley
Also featuring a special fireside chat with:
- Carole Ho, Chief Medical Officer, Denali Therapeutics
- Tony Wyss-Coray, Director, Knight Initiative for Brain Resilience, Stanford University
The day will conclude with a poster session and reception featuring the wide-ranging interdisciplinary research of faculty and trainees of all career stages.