Lembrando que o deadline para envio de propostas de atividades é 23/02/2018, não deixe para última hora!
A XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC ocorrerá de 22 a 25 de Agosto de 2018 em Santos-SP.
Roberto Lent Holds a degree in Medicine from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1972), a master’s degree in Biological Sciences (Biophysics) from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1973), a PhD in Biological Sciences (Biophysics) from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1978), and post doctorate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1979-82). Full Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and former director of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (2007-2014). Full member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, president of the Deliberative Council of the Instituto Ciência Hoje and Coordinator of the National Network of Science for Education. Head of the Laboratory of Neuroplasticity of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences. Works in the Morphology area, with emphasis on Neuroembriology, and develops as lines of research: development and plasticity of the cortex and cerebral commissures, quantification of brain structures of different species, and studies of the human cerebral cortex. Also works in Scientific divulgation for adults and children, with published books for both.
Regina M. Sullivan is a Developmental Behavioral Neuroscientist researching the neurobiology of infant attachment to the caregiver to determine the neural mechanisms for the enduring mental health effects of abuse and trauma in early life. Her research has highlighted how the infant brain functions differently from the adult brain, as well as the critical role of the caregiver in modifying how the young brain responds to trauma. She received her doctoral training was with The City University of New York and post-doctoral training at Duke University and The University of California. Dr. Sullivan innovative research has been continuously funded by the National Institute of Health for over two decades, and also supported by numerous foundations and other granting agencies. She also has notable service to other foundation and institutes including Sackler Developmental Psychobiology, The Child Mind Foundation, The Early Experience, Stress & Neurobehavioral Develop Center, and Center for Brain, Gene & Behavioral Research Across Development. She has served as President for The International Society for Developmental Psychobiology and The Society for Neuroscience.
Richard E. Tremblay is Emeritus professor of Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Psycholo
Presidente da SBNeC