MIT Neurotech 2022 symposium presents talks by neurotechnology pioneers whose cutting-edge innovations are changing the face of neurobiological research from molecules to cognition. This year’s lineup includes: Abraham Beyene (HHMI Janelia), Myriam Heiman (MIT), Josie Kishi (Wyss/Harvard), Karla Miller (Oxford), Bence Olveczky (Harvard) & Tommaso Patriarchi (University of Zürich). There will also be short talks by MIT students and postdocs, and a session on neurotechnology and society led by John Durant (MIT). More info at: https://neurotech.mit.edu/
The entire event will be hosted as a webinar over Zoom. The afternoon session (1-4 pm) will also be held in person in Rm. 46-6011, where seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please indicate interest in attending in person below.