Thank you to everyone who submitted their work to LEARNMEM2018.

Here is a preview of what you will experience at the conference!

A detailed program will be available in the coming weeks.

Do you have data that you would like to share at LEARNMEM2018? You still can! We have opened submissions for late-breaking poster abstracts and will be accepting submissions through December 15.

Please click here to submit your poster abstract.


Symposia are composed of 4 speakers including the chair and focus on a specific theme.
Click here to preview the symposia that will be featured at the conference!

Open Papers

Open papers are individual short (10 minute) talks by faculty members. The talks will be organized by theme.
Click here to preview the open papers that will be featured at the conference.

Lightning Talks

Lightning talks are very short rapid-fire talks by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Talks are only 5 minutes long followed by Q&A. Only 1 slide conveying one (and only one) key finding is permitted.
Click here to preview the lightning talks that will be featured at the conference.


Faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate and undergraduate students will be presenting posters at the conference. Poster sessions allow for a more intimate exchange with colleagues and enhanced visibility at the conference.
Preview of Posters coming soon!

We would like to thank the LEARNMEM2018 program committee for their time and dedication to this conference!

Tallie Z. Baram, M.D., Ph.D.
Ruth Benca, M.D, Ph.D.
Sunil Gandhi, Ph.D.
Kei Igarashi, Ph.D.
Barbara Knowlton, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Fellows 
Dane Clemenson, Ph.D.
Brittany Cox, Ph.D.
Gabriel Elias, Ph.D.
Janine Kwapis, Ph.D.

Graduate Students 
Alberto Lopez
Freddie Marquez
Maria Montchal
Terra White