Reorganization in response to experience, injury, and disease is a hallmark of both the developing and mature CNS. This process occurs across multiple levels—from synapses to circuits and systems—and is disordered in a number of diseases, from addiction and epilepsy to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. At this free, one-day, LabLinks symposium, we’ll bring together researchers working in molecular and cellular systems and cognitive neuroscience to explore how neural circuit structure and function changes following learning, during normal aging, and in neurological and psychiatric disease.
Cell Press LabLinks are free, one-day symposia organized by scientists and Cell Press editors. Each LabLinks symposium features local and keynote speakers discussing a unified topic to foster interactions between colleagues working on related questions, whether those colleagues are across town, across the street, or across the hall.
Registration for LabLinks is free, but space is limited.