UConn’s Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Sciences (IBACS) is proud to sponsor a talk by:
Holly Fitch of Psychological Sciences
Auditory processing in genetically engineered mouse models: Implications for human language
at 5pm on May 8 in Konover Auditorium.
In this talk, Dr. Fitch will present background data on use of genetically engineered mouse models to effectively capture intermediate phenotypes relevant to language, specifically using mice with mutations in dyslexia and ASD-risk genes.
This talk is a keynote to IBACS’ annual Meet and Speak event and registration is required. More information about the program of events is available on IBACS’ events page.