Nsci4100: Development of the Nervous System
Next Wednesday (Nov 2) right after lecture (11:00), Dr. Paul Mermelstein will join me for a discussion on applying to graduate school. Dr. Mermelstein has served on our Neuroscience Graduate Program admission committee for many years.
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Dr.'s Letourneau and McLoon will have a coffee hour Friday morning (Oct 28), 9:00-9:50am at the Surdyk's Cafe in the Northrop Auditorium.
Dr. McLoon will have a coffee hour Wednesday morning (Oct 19), 8:30-9:00am, and Thursday morning (Oct 20) 9:00-10:00am, at the Surdyk's Cafe in the Northrop Auditorium.
Exams will be returned in class on Monday (Oct 17).
Dr. McLoon will have a coffee hour this Wednesday morning (Oct 5), 9:00-9:50am, at the Surdyk's Cafe in the Northrop Auditorium. (This will be a joint coffee hour with Nsci 2100.) Please stop by if you can.
A small change in the schedule: Dr. McLoon will finish the cell fate lectures this Monday (Oct 3). Dr. Nakagawa will give his research talk on the following Monday (Oct 10).
The medical school is recording the Nsci4100 lectures and making them available on a web. You can get to them using the 'Lectures' tab in the navigation bar to the left. Please let Dr. McLoon know if you have trouble with this system.
The next coffee hour will be held Thursday (Sept 22), 10:15-11:15am in Surdyk's Cafe in Northrop Auditorium.
There was a slight change in the lecture schedule (just in case you were looking way ahead). Dr. Nakagawa's research lecture was pushed back a week.
The first coffee hour will be Monday, Sept 12, 8:30-9:30, at Caribou Coffee, 917 Washington Ave. SE. Please stop by.
Neuroscience faculty and students will be showing human brains at the State Fair in the UM building on August 27. Professor McLoon will be there 9:00am-noon. Come by and say hello... and eat something on a stick.