Sarah’s giving a talk!Yury’s
singing a song giving a talk too.Maddy is postering.Tom’s first poster!Viktor and Jean-JuRafaelPoster contest winners: Georgia (Caplan lab), Vitor and Tom. Congrats!Yale Physiology Department, v2019
An excellent talk by Jenny on her recent paper at Physiology RIP seminar!
Viktor wins a talk prize at the Yale Postdoctoral Symposium. Congratulations!
Department of Physiology. Find Evan!LydiaEvanJennyJenny wins the 1st poster prize. Evan wins the 2nd (with Jack and Valeria)!!! Elena is awarding the prizes.Sarah, Lydia, Yury, ViktorJenny, Marco, Sarah, LydiaErdem, Susumu, Slav (Find Evan)Lydia (on the right) and VinceYury and AlbertoOrganized by Slav and Elena!
Sarah gave a terrific talk at INP RIP seminar!
Lydia is presenting her new story at the International Society for Neuroethology Meeting in Brisbane, Australia.
The photo is a little fuzzy, you see, but only because Australia is so far away…
Slav and Eve went on to a scientific tour in Europe. First stop – London.London!London Zoo!Eve’s talkNext Stop – Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in StarnbergLooking for Lorenz’s geeseA fully automated research facility – everything is done by robots!Slav’s talkThank you, Hannah Rowland and Maude Baldwin for inviting us!
Evan gave a great RIP talk in Physiology! (You dont’ know yet who’s on the photo, there is a cryptic puzzle game below).
Annual departmental retreat on Yale West Campus! Organized by Slav and Elena.
Viktor and Jean-Ju Chung.
Slav and Willem went to the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference on ion channels at Mt. Holyoke college.
Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods HoleLibraryElena’s talk
Jerry ShulmanJesse RinehartJean-Ju ChungA particularly heated debate occurred during a Q&A session…Slav is answering a question from above.Poster session. Evan and Jon.EveLydiaWillemEve, Willem, Jon, Elena, Slav, Lydia. Marco and Vanessa are hiding. Find Evan.Congratulations to Eve and Willem for sharing the 1st prize in the poster competition!
Neuroday 2015 on Yale West Campus
Super-challenge! Cryptic puzzle!Big thanks to the organizers and especially Carol Russo !
Today it was Lydia’s turn to give a Research-in-Progress seminar in the Neuroscience program.
Undeterred by a pizza delivery right in the middle of her talk, Lydia stayed the course gave one of the best INP R.I.P.s! Great job!