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Scientific Events

The Miami Project hosts several scientific events, including the Gail F. Beach Memorial Lecture Series, the Neuroscience Center Seminar Series, and an annual Brain Fair.  These events serve as an opportunity to share scientific information with the public and our research colleagues throughout the world.

GAIL F. BEACH MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES

The Miami Project has brought many renowned neuroscientists from around the world to our campus as part of The Gail F. Beach Memorial Visiting Lectureship Series. The lectureship series is dedicated to Gail F. Beach, a schoolteacher and person with SCI, whose generosity and foresight provides outstanding educational opportunities for The Miami Project researchers and our neuroscience colleagues at the University of Miami.  Lectures are held in the James K. Batten Apex Center and Auditorium in the Lois Pope LIFE Center, 7th floor from 12-1pm.

NEUROSCIENCE CENTER SEMINAR SERIES 

The University of Miami Neuroscience Center is a broad interdisciplinary program that unites neuroscientists from three campuses and more than a dozen basic science and clinical departments.  Each year they host a series of scientific events which include an invited lecturer that matches the interdisciplinary nature of the program.  Lectures are held in the James K. Batten Apex Center and Auditorium in the Lois Pope LIFE Center, 7th floor from 1-2pm.

PROGRESS IN MOTOR CONTROL XI — JULY 19-22, 2017

Satellite: July 19, 2017
Conference: July 20 – July 22, 2017
Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Hotel, Miami, Florida

NORTH AMERICAN SPINAL CORD INJURY CONSORTIUM INAUGURAL MEETING – OCTOBER 12, 2017

The meeting will be held all day on Thursday October 12, 2017 at the Hilton Miami Airport, 5101 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, Florida 33126.

WORKING 2 WALK SCIENCE & ADVOCACY SYMPOSIUM — OCTOBER 13-14, 2017

Miami Airport Hilton, Miami, Florida

Unite 2 Fight Paralysis Welcomes The Miami Project as Title Supporter for 12th Annual Working 2 Walk Symposium
The Working 2 Walk Symposium provides a unique opportunity for persons living with paralysis to interact with scientists, advocates, and clinicians in a dynamic environment that fosters a powerful exchange of ideas and strategies to find advanced treatments for paralysis. “The Miami Project is very excited about teaming up with Working 2 Walk 2017 to help foster partnerships and collaborations with all stakeholders focused on finding new treatments for spinal cord injury” – W. Dalton Dietrich.

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BRAIN FAIR

The Brain Fair is designed to give children a fun, activity-filled course in neuroscience, starting with the basics of neuroanatomy, aspects of how the brain works, and ending with advanced topics such as learning and memory.