Saturday, August 26, 2006
We are pleased to announce that the third annual Bay Area Memory Meeting (BAMM!)
will be held on Saturday, August 26th at the Clark
Center at Stanford University. BAMM! brings together investigators studying
memory and cognitive control from the peninsula (Stanford & UC Santa Cruz), city
(UCSF), east bay (UC Berkeley and Martinez VA), and valley (UC Davis). This year's
BAMM! may also include labs from Southern California. The objectives of BAMM!
(1) foster communication and an exchange of ideas between scientists in the bay
area who study memory and cognitive control, and
(2) provide a forum in which students and postdocs can present their research
and build relationships with faculty and peers beyond their local institution.
Hosting of BAMM! will rotate annually, providing an additional opportunity for
researchers to visit the various labs in the area.
Schedule: The final schedule has yet to be announced. BAMM! 2006 is expected
to include approximately 35 presentations from 15+ bay area labs. Talk and poster
sessions will run from 9:00AM through 5:30PM, with lunch provided. The
day will end with a post-conference event in Palo Alto. We hope you will be able
to join us throughout the day.
Registration: A registration and abstract submission form can be obtained
by emailing Art Shimamura (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or by copying and pasting the one below. Completed registration forms should
be emailed to Art Shimamura. In addition, please print out a hard copy of the
completed form and mail with a check for the $25 registration fee (payable to
ANTHONY WAGNER) to:
Dept. of Psychology
Jordan Hall, Bldg 420
Stanford, CA 94305-2130
In order to facilitate planning, we ask that all registrations
and abstracts arrive by July 15th. All relevant abstracts
received by July 15th will be accepted. For further information,
feel free to contact anyone on the organizing committee.
It is important that registrations be received in a timely manner so that we
can appropriately plan for lunch and dinner.