This will be an opportunity to start the new year by sharing exciting new discoveries and meeting old and new friends working on the fascinating biology of glial cells.
We welcome talks from speakers who would like to get feedback on their latest research findings and especially encourage abstracts and poster presentations by trainees.
This is the time to mingle, present your work, meet new people, get honest feedback on your work.
The community is growing and it is all because your participation makes it possible.
Please register for the event via eventbrite by January 10th. Although registration is not required to attend the symposium, it will help us with the planning. If you are presenting a poster, please provide the title during registration, also due on January 10th.
Register online at https://bit.ly/38xMYCp