An
Evening with
Neuroscience
2020

APRIL 17, 2020
Kane Hall 130, UW

Pre-Panel Events start at 6:30 p.m.
Panel begins at 7:00 p.m.

ABOUT #EWN2020

 

Most of us take for granted that the brain and its 86 billion neurons quietly goes about the business of being “you” without much fuss. It senses the environment, coordinates movement, processes thoughts, stores and recalls memories, and replays that song over and over and over again.

An Evening with Neuroscience is a celebration of that remarkable brain in your head. This event is an opportunity for the public to engage directly with brain researchers. We invite neuroscientists, psychologists, and clinicians to discuss up-and-coming research, dispel myths, answer your questions submitted prior to the event, and share a few brainy laughs with the public. After an hour of discussion, we will open up the floor to audience questions and discussion with the panelists. EVERYONE is invited to participate.

So, come join us for an informal, casual, and fun opportunity to learn about neuroscience. EVERYONE is invited – no neuroscience background needed! So, strike up a conversation, ask a question, and learn more about the “mush between your ears!”

THE DETAILS

Date: April 17, 2020
Time: Begins at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Kane Hall 130 at the University of Washington
Cost: FREE

RSVP and let us know you’re coming!

 

Meet the Panel

Adrian KC Lee

Adrian KC Lee is the head of the Laboratory for Auditory Brain Sciences and Neuroengineering at I-LABS and an associate professor at the UW Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. He is focusing on mapping spatiotemporal dynamics of the cortical network involved in relation to acoustical signals and background noise. Lee combines engineering and neuroscience to research neural biomarkers for translation to next-generation hearing devices based on Brain Computer Interface designs

Participate

RSVP for the event here!

Got a question on your mind?

An Evening with Neuroscience is your event. After all, the whole purpose of the event is to connect neuroscientists with the public. So, have your say. What stories would you like to hear? What should the panel discuss?

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation contact the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance at: 206.543.6450/V, 206.543.6452/TTY, 206.685.7264 (FAX), or e-mail at dso@u.washington.edu

DIRECTIONS

Kane Hall is located in Red Square at the University of Washington. There is a parking garage conveniently located beneath Red Square. The location is also accessible via a number of bus routes.

FINDING THE ROOM

Enter Kane Hall from the front entrance. Room 130 is located on the far left, with two entrances leading into either side of the lecture hall. Signs will be posted outside of the building and Kane 130 for additional assistance in finding us.

Click here to see a map of the area around Kane Hall.

BUS ROUTES

Many bus routes stop very close to Red Square. When using the Metro Transit trip planner, you can use “Landmarks > COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES > University of Washington” as your trip destination. Additionally, Google Maps Transit can help you plan your trip.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Click here for driving directions to Kane Hall at the University of Washington.

  • From I-5: Take the NE 45th Street exit to the University of Washington.
  • Go east on NE 45th to 15th Avenue NE, turn right.
  • To get to the Central Plaza Garage entrance:
    • At NE 41st St, turn left into the garage entrance.
  • To enter the garage via the West Gatehouse:
    • At W Stevens Way NE, turn left, staying in the left lane.

From the garage, you can take the elevator directly up to Red Square.

PARKING AT UW

Parking is available in the C1-C6 Central Plaza Garage, conveniently located beneath Red Square. Visitors MUST make parking arrangements at any one of the gatehouses upon entering campus or by contacting UW Commuter Services.

Access Information Coming Soon

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This event is aiming to be scent reduced so please arrive without heavy perfumes, colognes or hair products.

 

Let Us Know What You Need:

If you know you’re coming, RSVP and let us know what you need. You can also email us directly at thalamus@uw.edu using subject line “EWN Access” and one of our amazing event organizers will work with you.

 

ASL/CART:

CART captioning and standard platform ASL interpretation for this event has been requested. A seating area for those requiring visual access to ASL interpreters will be designated near the front of the stage.

 

Wheelchair Access:

Seating for mobility aid users is {FILL IN HERE WHERE IT WILL BE]

 

Parking

Disabled parking is available in the UW central parking garage C1. Please purchase a ticket at any of the UW parking gates and ask to be directed to lot C1. A Washington state disabled parking permit is required with your ticket. The elevators in lot C1 will bring you directly to the main floor of Kane Hall where you can register and be directed to seating.

EWN Volunteers:

2020 Organizing committee

This year’s event was planned by the EWN2019-20 Organizing committee:

Lila Faulhaber

Event Coordinator

Tyler Yarwood

Day-of Coordinator

Angelique Guina

Artist

Valerie Tsai

Tabling Manager

Jay Bhateja

Pre-panel Events Co-lead

Sharda Raina

Interview Team Advisor

Daniel Chen

Videographer

Meher Chand

Interview Team

Pavithra Sundaravaradan

Interview Team

Julia Bergquist

Outreach Team Advisor

Chloe Chiu

Outreach Team

Charlie Fisher

Pamphlet Team Advisor

Jane Chea

Pamphlet Team

Zicong (Tom) Li

Pamphlet Team

Pooja Devanaboyina

Marketing & Sponsorship Team Advisor

Chloe Dahleen

Marketing & Sponsorship Team

Elora Reilly

Marketing & Sponsorship Team

Hanna Zulmuthi

Marketing & Sponsorship Team

Stephanie Maack

Artistic Director; Decorations Team Advisor

Bowen Coldwell

Decorations Team

Carson Butcher

Decorations Team

Sponsors

Grey Matters

An Evening with Neuroscience is produced and hosted by Grey Matters, an undergraduate neuroscience organization whose mission is to encourage public interest in neuroscience and develop accomplished science communicators. Learn more about Grey Matters on our website.

Special Thanks

Grey Matters would like to thank the following individuals/organizations for their contribution to An Evening with Neuroscience. Without them, this event would not have been possible.

  • The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW)
  • Wells Fargo
  • Dr. Ric Robinson