LEARNMEM2018 will feature three panel sessions. The goal of these panels is to encourage discussion of important topics to learning and memory researchers. Panel membership will be finalized and posted soon!

The Future of Learning and Memory

Rapid technological advances have transformed the way we ask questions about the brain. What will the future hold? Join a panel discussion of future thinkers and discuss innovations in neuroscience that will pave the way to future discovery.

Chair: Alcino Silva, Ph.D.

Open Science and Open Access Publishing

Team science brings the next wave of discovery and innovation. Open science and open access publishing have influenced how we produce, reproduce, and disseminate scientific findings. Learn what opportunities and challenges lay ahead in these endeavors.

Chair: Steve Ramirez, Ph.D.

Neuroscience and Education

How does neuroscience inform educational practices? How can we distinguish between neuroeducation myths and evidence-based practice? Join a panel discussion spanning neuroscience, education, technology, and policy.

Chair: Melina Uncapher, Ph.D.