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Bay Area Memory Meeting 2012
Monday, August 27th
University of California, Davis

 


 
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We are pleased to announce that the ninth annual Bay Area Memory Meeting (BAMM) will be held on Monday, August 27th at the Center for Mind and Brain at UC Davis. BAMM brings together investigators studying memory and cognitive control from the peninsula (Stanford & UC Santa Cruz), city (UCSF), east bay (UC Berkeley and Martinez VA), valley (UC Davis), and beyond (UC Irvine). The objectives of BAMM are to:

 

     (1) foster communication and an exchange of ideas between scientists in the bay area who study memory and cognitive control, and

     (2) provide a forum in which students and postdocs can present their research and build relationships with faculty and peers beyond their local institution.

 

As with prior years, BAMM 2012 is expected to include approximately 35 presentations from 15+ bay area labs (for a listing of previous meetings see http://www.stanford.edu/group/memorylab/BAMM/Bamm.html).  All sessions are intended to provide an engaging environment in which students and postdocs can present their work.  The content of the presentations is flexible, and can cover any studies relevant to the functional and neural organization of memory and cognitive control.

 

A registration and abstract submission form is provided below (or download here.) Please complete the form and email it to Alyssa Borders (aaborders@ucdavis.edu).  In addition, please print out a hard copy of the completed form and mail it along with a check for the $30 registration fee (payable to ANDREW YONELINAS) to:

Andrew Yonelinas

Dept. of Psychology

University of California, Davis

Davis, CA 95616

To facilitate planning, we ask that all registrations and abstracts arrive by July 15th.  For further information, feel free to contact anyone on the organizing committee.  Finally, please feel free to pass this announcement on to colleagues who might be interested.

 

We hope to see you at BAMM-9!
 

Charan Ranganath (cranganath@ucdavis.edu)

Art Shimamura (aps@berkeley.edu)

Anthony Wagner (wagner@psych.stanford.edu)

Andy Yonelinas (apyonelinas@ucdavis.edu)

Adam Gazzaley (adam.gazzaley@ucsf.edu)
 

 

9th Annual Bay Area Memory Meeting

Registration and Abstract Form 

 
1. Registration Information
Name: 
Institution/Affiliation: 
Check one:  
( ) Undergraduate/RA      ( ) Graduate Student ( ) Postdoc         ( ) Faculty    ( ) Other: _________

Mailing Address: 
E-Mail: 
Phone #: 
Fax #:
 
2.  Food Preference
Vegetarian:   yes / no
Other dietary requests:   ______________
 
3. For students and postdocs, please include the following submission information:
Do you wish to submit an abstract?:   yes / no
If yes, format preference:   talk (15 minutes)   or   poster
Please type abstract below (200 words max):