The Maryland Neuroscience Society is hosting Dr. Frank Hall for a guest lecture this Wednesday at 7:00 PM, in room 1103 (seminar room) 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. This is also our last meeting of the semester. All are welcome to attend- this is a great opportunity for anyone interested in biological, cognitive, or behavioral psychology and related fields.