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On Campus: Brain Studies Research Symposium

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On November 17, Georgetown’s Italian Research Institute, in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy, will host the “Brain Studies Research: Alzheimer & Autism” symposium and discussion. 

Featured topics and speakers include: 

“Alzheimer & Autism: A Scientific, Social and Human Challenge”
Dr. Pietro Calissano
President, European Brain Research Institute Rita Levi Montalcini
University of Rome

“Advances in the Early Detection of Autism and 
Development of Interventions”
Dr. Rebecca Landa
Director, Center for Autism & Related Disorders
Kennedy Krieger Institute

“The Role of Neuroimaging in Understanding Autism”
Dr. John VanMeter
Director, Center for Functional Molecular Imaging
Georgetown University School of Medicine

The event takes place on Monday, November 17 at 5:30 p.m. and is open to students, faculty, and staff. Additional details below: 

New Research Building Auditorium
Georgetown University Medical Center
3800 Reservoir Rd.
Washington, DC 20007

Click here to RSVP.