Brain Prize Lecture by Graham Collingridge, 2016 prize winner, CAN, Toronto, Canada

Wednesday, May 22 at 5:30 pm at the 13th Annual Canadian Neuroscience Meeting in Toronto you have the chance to meet Graham Collingridge, Brain Prize winner from 2016. The title of his talk is “The Molecular basis of Hebb synapses”.

The CAN meeting program is composed of morning feature plenary lectures followed by plenary symposia that showcase cutting edge neuroscience research. In the afternoon, parallel symposia, proposed by our membership, are featured. They cover a wide range of neuroscience topics with three or four talks on related but distinct topics that allow the listener to gain a better understanding of the issues and discoveries that are most topical in the field.

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