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Child Study Center Postdoc Seminar Series

The Yale Child Study Center (YCSC) Postdoc Seminar Series is a monthly forum that aims to foster collaboration among fellows and trainees across disciplines and departments. The YCSC Postdoc Seminar Series is dedicated to topics in child psychiatry that span translational neuroscience, cellular/molecular biology, and applied disciplines. Topics range from brain imaging to behavioral sciences, as well as translational applications of research to advancedclinical interventions and/or diagnosis of child mental health conditions.

Presenters have a range of backgrounds and expertise. The YCSC Postdoc Seminar Series strives to bring together faculty, students, fellows, and postdocs across disciplines. Presenting postdocs and fellows have the opportunity to receive valuable and constructive feedback on their presentations. The format for presentation is flexible and may include new findings/research, chalk talks, project planning, and job talks.

The series is typically held on the third Thursday of each month from 2:30-3:30 p.m.during the academic year. The sessions are held in person, virtual, or hybrid depending on pandemic-related gathering restrictions. To view upcoming talks for the Postdoc Seminar Series, please visit the department's web calendar. To request e-mail reminders about upcoming YCSC Postdoc Seminar Series, please send an e-mail to the series organizers, Karim Ibrahim and Soraya Scuderi. See below for recordings of past sessions.