Harvard assistant professor of neurobiology shares sleep research
Dragana Rogulja, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School, will be visiting us in Reno this October. Professor Rogulija will present an eye-opening lecture on sleep which has been well-received by other alumni groups.
Although sleep is a process very familiar to us, it remains among the most mysterious phenomena in biology. The goal of Professor Rogulija’s work is to understand how the brain reversibly switches between waking and sleep states, and why we need to sleep in the first place.
Please mark your calendars for this presentation—RSVPs will be collected as we get closer to the date.
Date: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Time: 1:30pm to 3:30pm, lecture followed by Q&A as we did in the previous seminar
Where: Montreux Golf and Country Club,16475 Bordeaux Drive, Reno; Terrace room
Cost: $10 per person, snacks and no-host cocktails