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Neurobiology of Disease–20 Years of Discovery

Neurobiology of Disease
Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease Anniversary Symposium
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 9:00am to Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 5:00pm
Mahley Auditorium

Join us in celebrating the rich, 20-year history of our Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease during this symposium. 


Katerina Akassoglou • Gladstone Institutes
Carol A. Barnes • University of Arizona 
Fred H. Gage • Salk Institute
Li Gan • Gladstone Institutes
Yadong Huang • Gladstone Institutes
Anatol C. Kreitzer • Gladstone Institutes
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz •  HHMI Janelia Research Campus
Robert W. Mahley • Gladstone Institutes
Joseph B. Martin • Harvard Medical School
Lennart Mucke • Gladstone Institutes
Ken Nakamura • Gladstone Institutes
Jorge J. Palop • Gladstone Institutes      
Jeanne T. Paz • Gladstone Institutes
Richard Ransohoff • Third Rock Ventures
Dennis J. Selkoe • Harvard Medical School
D. James Surmeier • Northwestern University
Li-Huei Tsai • Picower Institute / MIT
Tony Wyss-Coray • Stanford University


Day 1 - Wed, Nov 14, 2018
9:30am- Continental Breakfast
10:00am - Presentations Begin
5:00pm - Poster Session & Reception

Day 2 - Thurs, Nov 15, 2018
8:30am- Continental Breakfast
9:30am - Presentations Begin
4:30pm - Scientific Advisory Board Discussions
6;30pm - Depart for Celebratory Dinner
7:00pm - Celebratory Dinner

This year, the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease celebrates 20 years at the forefront of disease-focused neuroscience. Founded in 1998, the Institute emerged from a joint initiative between Gladstone and UCSF’s Department of Neurology.

Members of the Gladstone and UCSF communities are welcome to attend this celebratory symposium. Speakers from Gladstone and other centers of excellence from across the US will discuss the latest exciting developments in research on important major brain diseases and related fields of neuroscience.

Hosted By: 

Lennart Mucke, Director, Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease