The boundaries of traditional science that were established in the time of Sir Thomas Willis and Christopher Wren have blurred. Today, those boundaries continue to be challenged by those with a passion to know more.
"Exploring the Genome"
Mary Lou Pardue, Ph.D.
William & Mary Class of 1955
Professor of Biology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Wednesday, February 20th, 2008
3:00 PM-5:30 PM
University Student Center, Tidewater A & B
William and Mary Neuroscience Faculty Presentations
3:00 PM - Mike Deschenes, Department of Kinesiology: "Neuromuscular Adaptations to Spaceflight"
3:20 PM - Jeanine Stefanucci, Department of Psychology: "The Role of Fear in the Perception of Spatial Layout"
3:45 PM - Break
4:00 PM - Keynote Address by Mary Lou Pardue
5:00 PM - Reception (Chesapeake A)
For more information, contact John Griffin (221-2257)