Postdocs and Residents Translating Neuroscience Research grew out of a desire for connection between Neuroscience postdoctoral trainees and resident physicians with a shared interest in brain function and mental health, with a goal of closing the gaps between laboratory/bench science and the bedside. The group met several times in 2018-2019, with support from DIBS.
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Please note: As of March 16, 2020, all campus meetings and conferences have been canceled, due to public health concerns related to Covid-19. That includes the Graduate Student Consortium. We do not yet know how long this will be in effect. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
- Oct. 28 2019, Noon. Duke Medicine Pavilion Room SW93. "Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities & Developmental Neuroscience." Presented by Mariah Hoye, PhD, Postdoctoral Associate, and Imtiaz Mubbashar, MD, Resident Physician.
- Nov. 25 2019, Noon. Duke Medicine Pavilion Room SW93. Speakers TBA.
' This group presents a unique opportunity for Psychiatry residents and Psychology and Neuroscience postdocs to enjoy
lunch and stimulating discussions about how to help close the gaps between the bench and the bedside.'
— PARTNeR Co-leaders Yael Grossman, PhD, & Alexandra Bey, PhD