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SfN 2019 Chicago

I attended the annual meeting for Society for Neuroscience ( two weeks ago. It was the 50th anniversary of the meeting and it was in Chicago where I had started piloting of my current electro-physiology project several years ago.


So, I definitely wanted to participate. Luckily, I was invited to join one of the sessions for oral presentations organized by Daniel Gardner (Cornell University).


Although it was the last time slot of the week-long meeting (and hence lesser audience), it was quite an interesting interdisciplinary session, an "ultimate session" as Daniel put it ;> I'm honoured to be part of it!

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