Next 'Neuroscience on Tap' event is June 1 downtown

Western Today staff

What can we learn about ourselves from studying slugs? Faculty members from WWU’s Behavioral Neuroscience Program and biology and psychology departments will gather for a neighborhood round-table discussion from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, June 1, at Club Glow, 202 E. Holly St. in downtown Bellingham.

“What Can Flies, Worms and Slugs Tell Us About You? The Squishies and Crunchies of Neuroscience” is this month’s topic, which will be hosted by Jackie Rose, an associate professor in Western’s Psychology Department.

For more information on this “Neuroscience on Tap: Bring Your Own Brain” event, contact Coco Besson, WWU Behavioral Neuroscience Program Coordinator, at 360-650-2148 or at coco.besson@wwu.edu. Additional program information can also be found at http://www.wwu.edu/neuroscience/.

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