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May 2017
2017 Science Symposium featuring Sonia Lupien, Ph.D.  
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Museum of Science, Boston



The 2017 MNS Science Symposium

Tuesday May 23, 2017

6 PM to 9 PM

Check-in: 5:30 PM


The Museum of Science, Boston


Registration includes

Poster Session & Hors d'oeuvres Reception

3-Course Dinner  


CE Lecture with Sonia Lupien, Ph.D.


From Neurotoxicity to Vulnerability: 

A Developmental Perspective on the Effects of Stress on the Brain

1 CE credit


~~~ Door Prizes ~~~


Complimentary parking on site; easy T access: Green Line Science Park Station 



Please select your entrée or indicate dietary restrictions with registration. We will be in touch with those who indicate dietary restrictions.

SALAD: ASIAN PEAR SALAD with Spiced Candied Walnuts, Pomegranate-Saba Vinaigrette


ENTREE: Choice of entrée & sides: (select when you register; special diets can be accommodated)

  PAN ROASTED BABY CHICKEN with Potato Gnocchi, Chard, Cippolini Onions, Wild Mushrooms and Sage  

  WILD SALMON with Almond Ginger Crust, Celery Apple Puree, and Red WineReduction

DESSERT: WARM CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE CAKE with Whipped Cream, Spun Sugar  & coffee/tea



Registration Deadline is May 16. Pre-registration REQUIRED.

 MNS Members                      $ 75.00

Student MNS Members         $ 35.00

(Students include Interns and Post-Docs)


Non-Members                      $100.00

Student Non-Members         $ 60.00

(Students include Interns and Post-Docs)


Complimentary parking on site.  Easy T access: Green Line - Science Park Station

The Museum of Science, Boston 

One Science Park   Boston MA  02114


Full refund through May 17;  no refund after May 17 


The Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society maintains responsibility for the program and its content. Attendees must attend lecture in full to receive credit. No exceptions.

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