Journal Clubs and Seminars
The Brain Research Centre hosts a variety of journal clubs and seminars. They offer an excellent opportunity for researchers and students alike to meet each other and learn more about what their colleagues are studying. For a summary on how to make a journal club presentation, please click here.
All are welcome to this journal club to hear about the latest research and developments in MS. The sessions are held in the Brain Research Centre Conference Room. Check out the events calendar for a schedule of meetings.
For more information, call 604.827.3111 or email email@example.com.
This journal club provides an opportunity for students, postdocs, and faculty to discuss recent research and issues pertinent to severe mental illness. Graduate students and postdocs are encouraged to present topics relevant to their own studies, and everyone is welcome to attend. A multidisciplinary perspective on psychosis is promoted, with discussions related to genetics, imaging, animal models, biochemistry/molecular biology, as well as clinical research.
The meetings are held in the Boardroom of the BC Mental Health and Addictions Research Institute located at 938 W 28th Ave (Women’s and Children’s Hospital Site). Papers are chosen by one person for each meeting, and are emailed to participants one week prior to the meeting. Check out the events calendar for a schedule of meetings.
For more information or to be notified of the papers discussed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These meetings are a series of short talks highlighting unpublished work by UBC neuroscience labs. Following a short introduction by the supervisors, each presenting student and postdoctoral fellow gives a 10 minute talk. After that, there’s plenty of time for discussions and pizza!
The sessions are held in the Brain Research Centre Conference Room. Check out the events calendar for a schedule of meetings.
This journal club welcomes all students, staff, and faculty who are interested in the workings of the prefrontal cortex and its related networks. Members are encouraged to present papers that encompass a range of basic and clinical approaches, which do not necessarily have to relate directly to their own research.
The meetings are held in the Brain Research Centre Library. Snacks are provided. Check out the events calendar for a schedule of meetings.
For more information or to subscribe to the mailing list, please email email@example.com.
The discussions at meetings of this seminar series and club focus around the research of Brain Research Centre PIs or recent journal articles. All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend.
The Synaptic Journal Club meets in the Brain Research Centre Conference Centre. Check out the events calendar for a schedule of meetings.
For more information or to subscribe to the seminar distribution list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.