The Maryland Neuroscience Society is hosting Dr. Frank Hall for a guest
lecture on Wednesday, November 30 at 7:00 PM, in room 1103 of the
Biosciences Research Building. Dr. Hall performs research at the National
Institute on Drug Abuse at the NIH and the title of his lecture is: "What
is necessary to create an animal model of ADHD?" He will also take
questions about his presentation, his research, neuroscience in general,
etc. All are welcome to attend- this is a great opportunity for anyone
interested in biological, cognitive, or behavioral psychology (and other
related fields)!