Friday, May 17th - San Francisco

Graduate and Undergrad Students in neuroscience, Postdoctoral Scholars, Faculty, and Industry Professionals will gather in San Francisco to network, share research, gab over data, and make lasting connections!

Confirmed Speakers:

Keynote Speaker

Noelle L'Etoile, PhD

Associate Professor, UCSF

Sleep and memory - circuits, cells and synapses in a completely defined optically accessible system

Winston Chiong, MD, PhD

Associate Professor, UCSF

Ethical issues in human applications of neurotechnology

Helen Bateup, PhD

Assistant Professor, UC Berkeley

Modeling neurodevelopmental disorders using human brain organoids

Tim Hanks, PhD

Assistant Professor, UC Davis

Flexibility of timescales of evidence evaluation for decision making

Ting Wu, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford

Neuroligin-1 Signaling Controls LTP and NMDA Receptors by Distinct Molecular Pathways

Robert Munn, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford

Entorhinal velocity signals reflect environmental geometry

Data Blitz Speakers

Julia Scott, PhD
Adjunct Lecturer, Santa Clara University

Brian Chiou, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow, UCSF

Apoorva Karekal

Graduate Student, San Jose State University

Daisy Martin

Undergraduate Student, UC Berkeley


450 9th Street, 1st floor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Event Details

Date: May 17, 2019

Time: 10am-6pm

(registration opens at 9:30am)

Poster size: maximum size is 44"x 44"


Early registration (deadline April 26)


Without poster: $15/20  With poster: $20/25

*miss the poster deadline? contact us

Late registration (after 11:59pm April 26),



(Late registration with slight fee increase begins April 27)

BABS 2019 is sponsored by: