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NEWS

Upcoming Seminars

  • Wednesday, June 6, 2020
    Sema Quadir

    Title: Comorbidity of Pain with Chronic Alcohol Abuse
    Sabino Lab, Boston University
    Time: 12:00 p.m.
    Virtual Link: Zoom Link

Recipients of the 2019-2020 CNUP Research Excellence Awards

EVENTS

Upcoming CNUP PhD Defenses

  • Tuesday, May 26, 2020
    Jillian Weeks, BS

    Title: Assessing Mechanisms Driving Increased Nicotine Use in Schizophrenia Using the MAM Rodent Model
    Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences/Neuroscience
    Time: 11:00 a.m.
    Virtual Link: Zoom Link

CNUP Calendar Events

FRIDAY SEMINAR SERIES

The Friday Seminar Series is a biweekly seminar featuring two, 25-minute, research presentations from graduate students, post docs, research technicians, and junior faculty members. The seminars include speakers from several departments across campus and cover a wide range of neuroscience-related research topics. A happy hour with pizza and beer are provided to help foster informal discussions amongst scientists within the diverse neuroscience community at Pitt. The goal of this seminar series is to provide additional training opportunities and to enhance the collaborative environment across labs and departments. If you would like more information about the Friday Seminar Series or would like to give a talk, please contact Amanda Henton at amh296@pitt.edu or Thais Rafael Guimaraes at thr38@pitt.edu.

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ANNUAL RETREAT

Each fall, the center sponsors an annual retreat at Oglebay Resort and Conference Center, a serene 1,700-acre resort nestled in the hills of nearby West Virginia. This extremely popular event is open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, medical residents, and training faculty, and annually attracts more than 150 attendees. The retreat is a blend of academic, social, and outdoor activities. Prominent visiting scientists deliver formal presentations, followed by trainee-led discussions. Most of the weekend is devoted to relaxed and informal interactions between trainees, CNUP faculty, and the keynote speakers.

Learn More About Our Amazing Annual Retreat