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Neuroscience Symposium draws more than 100 participants Pictured: Some of the participants at the 2016 Hawaiʻi Neuroscience Symposium. The 2016 Hawaiʻi Neuroscience Symposium held at the John A. Burns School of Medicine on August 20 was initiated, organized and led by students. The focus was on stimulating, nurturing and growing “Neuroscience Talents and Innovations in Hawaiʻi.” The event drew over 100 participants. Fellows, residents, medical students, post docs, graduate and undergraduate students (spanning from UCLA to Boston University) presented their neuroscience research findings and were inspired by talks featuring prominent neuroscience physicians and researchers from the U.S. mainland and Hawaiʻi, including Raman Sankar, MD, PhD, Professor & Rubin Brown Distinguished Chair in Pediatric Neurology, from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Course chair Kore Kai Liow, MD, noted…


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