The 11th annual Hope Center Retreat will be Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at the Danforth Plant Science Center.
Hope Center Lecturers
- Martin Kampmann (University of California, San Francisco)
- Louise Rodino-Klapac (Sarepta Therapeutics)
The Hope Center Annual Retreat provides an opportunity to go off-site for a day, focus on Hope Center research, and learn more about transnational Neuroscience outside Washington University. Hope Center faculty and members of their laboratories learn about the latest findings and future directions of member labs in the context of short talks and a poster session. Keynote lectures feature invited speakers who lead their fields with a research/clinical program aligned with the Hope Center mission.
Stay tuned for details! You will find them below and also on the Office of Neuroscience Research (ONR) Calendar.
For questions about the Annual Retreat, please contact the Hope Center.
Hope Center Awards
Hope Center Award winners are selected from presentations by trainees at the Hope Center Retreat.
- Graduate student and post–doc presenters are eligible for a Hope Center Award. An award of $1000 will be awarded to one short talk presenter.
- Judging is based on scientific merit, relevance to the Hope Center mission, and presentation at the retreat. Award winners will be announced after the retreat.
To learn about past winners, click here.