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MIAM 2022 : Miami Winter Symposium 2022 - Molecular Neuroscience: Focus on Sensory Disorders

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Link: http://www.miamiwintersymposium.com/
 
When Jan 31, 2022 - Feb 2, 2022
Where Miami, USA
Submission Deadline Sep 10, 2021
Categories    molecular neuroscience   sensory disorders   sensory neuroscience   neuroscience
 

Call For Papers

The 2022 Miami Winter Symposium is dedicated to Molecular Neuroscience: Focus on Sensory Disorders and includes:

An international line-up of renowned leaders in sensory neuroscience including our Award Speakers: Christine Petit, James Hudspeth, Robert MacLaren, Anthony Movshon, Richard Axel, Robert Margolskee and David Julius.

Focused sessions on the various senses: Hearing, vision, smell, taste and pain/itch/touch.

Abstracts are invited by September 10, 2021 on the following topics for presentation as posters alongside the oral program (some abstracts will be selected for oral presentation):

Hearing
Vision
Smell
Taste
Pain/itch/touch

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