Virtual Conference: Mitigating Implicit Bias: Tools for the Neuroscientist at SfN 2019

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Dr. Carmen Maldonado is a neuroscience professor at the Department of Biology at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. She has mentored dozens of students from undergrads to graduates. She has also successfully graduated five PhD and three MS students in the field of behavioral neuropharmacology. To know more about our Co-PI Dr. Carmen Maldonado biography go here.


[one_half_last]Dr. Carmen Maldonado participate at Society for Neuroscience 2019. Dr. Maldonado with other colleagues, was a speaker at the conference: Mitigating Implicit Bias: Tools for the Neuroscientist – Session 2 | Diversifying the Pipeline.

The virtual conference, organized by Ione Fine (University of Washington), Alicia Izquierdo (UCLA), and Yael Niv (Princeton University), objective of learning was the practical strategies for recognizing and overcoming implicit bias and increasing diversity in your labs and institutions, as well as the neuroscience field at large.

For more information on this topic, visite the SfN Neuronline website to see the virtual conference of Mitigating Implicit Bias: Tools for the Neuroscientist.

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