Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Stanford University, Palo Alto


We are pleased to announce that the seventh annual Bay Area Memory Meeting (BAMM) will be held on Tuesday, August 17th at Stanford Campus. 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), valley (UC Davis), and beyond (UC Irvine). The objectives of BAMM are to:

     (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.


Organizing Committee

Adam Gazzaley, Charan Ranganath, Art Shimamura, Anthony Wagner, Andy Yonelinas

Schedule: BAMM 2010 is expected to include approximately 35 presentations from 15+ bay area labs (for a listing of previous meetings see http://www.stanford.edu/group/memorylab/BAMM/Bamm.html).  All sessions are intended to provide an engaging environment in which students and postdocs can present their work.  The content of the presentations is flexible, and can cover any studies relevant to the functional and neural organization of memory and cognitive control.

Registration: A registration and abstract submission form is provided below. Please complete the form and email it to Erica Griffith (wagmanags at gmail dot com).  In addition, please print out a hard copy of the completed form and mail it along with a check for the $30 registration fee (payable to ANTHONY WAGNER) to:

Anthony Wagner

450 Serra Mall, Building 420

Stanford, CA 94305-2130

7th Annual Bay Area Memory Meeting
Registration and Abstract Form

1. Registration Information
            Name:
            Institution/Affiliation:
            Check one:  ( ) Undergraduate/RA     ( ) Graduate Student     ( ) Postdoc     ( ) Faculty      ( ) Other: _______
            Mailing Address:
            E-Mail:
            Phone #:
            Fax #:

2.  Food Preference
            Vegetarian:   yes / no
            Other dietary requests:   ____________

3. For students and postdocs, please include the following submission information:
            Do you wish to submit an abstract?:   yes / no
            If yes, format preference:   talk (15 minutes)   or   poster
            Please type abstract below (500 words max):

To facilitate planning, we ask that all registrations and abstracts arrive by July 16th.  For further information, feel free to contact anyone on the organizing committee.