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Snowbird Neuroscience Symposium

The Neuroscience program here at the University of Utah held their annual Snowbird Neuroscience Symposium a couple of weeks ago. Turnout among students, post-docs and faculty is always good and the meetings are something that I’ve made the effort to attend now for years. Its a great opportunity for students to get used to presenting their research in a more controlled environment and the invited speakers have always presented interesting talks. This year for instance, we had our own Nobel Prize winner, Mario Capecchi present at the keynote seminar.

Mary Lucero asked me to bring the camera and grab some images from this years meeting. What follows are some of the images I was able to grab from the meeting.


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  1. […] gain control in the peripheral olfactory system. ┬áMary has appeared on Jonesblog before at the Snowbird Symposium along with Nobel Laureate Mario Capecchi as well as a post some time ago along with her husband Jimmy, an amazing […]