Science Symposium

 

  Join us at the 2019 28th Annual Science Symposium!

Location: Bentley University, Waltham MA (Directions below)

Date/Time: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 / Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm; Check-in begins at 5:30pm

Registration Deadline: Pre-registration is required by April 29, 2019

Refund Policy: Full refund through May 6; no refund after May 6

Our featured CE speakers are Dr. William Stone and Dr. Martha Shenton

Dr. William Stone and Dr. Martha Shenton will present on the topic of "Neuropsychology, Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Psychosis: The Life-Works and Legacies of Dr. Larry Seidman."

Join us for the lecture, poster session & hors d’oeuvres reception, and dinner.

  • 2019 Science Symposium Registration has closed
  • Poster Abstracts (Available after the Science Symposium)

The 2019 - 28th Annual MNS Science Symposium!

May 14, 2019

6 PM to 9 PM

Check-in begins: 5:30 PM

Bentley College in Waltham

Registration includes Poster Session & Reception, Dinner, 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit for lecture.

William Stone, Ph.D. & Martha Shenton, Ph.D.

"Neuropsychology, Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Psychosis: The Life-Works and Legacies of Larry Seidman"

Bentley College, Waltham MA

175 FOREST STREET
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02452
781.891.2000

Important Notes

  • Pre-registration is required by April 29
  • Full refund through May 6; no refund after May 6
  • Ample complementary parking! Those who registered have been emailed a parking pass. 


Getting there:

BY CAR

From Logan International Airport

Take I-90W to Exit 17
Merge onto Centre Street
Continue onto Galen Street
Continue onto MA-16 E/Mt. Auburn Street
Turn left onto Main Street
Turn right onto Waverley Avenue
Turn left onto Belmont Street
Continue onto Warren Street
Turn right onto Beaver Street
Turn right onto Forest Street
The Bentley main entrance will be on your right
From Points North

Take Route 95/128 South to Exit 28/Trapelo Rd toward Belmont
Turn left on Trapelo Road
Turn right on Forest Street
The main Bentley entrance will be on your left
From Points South

Take Route 95/128 North to Exit 28A/Trapelo Rd toward Belmont
Merge onto Trapelo Road
Turn right on Forest Street
The main Bentley entrance will be on your left
From Points East

Take Route I-90W to Exit 14
Follow signs to merge onto Route I-95/128 North
Take Exit 27B
Merge onto Wyman Street
Take slight left to stay on Wyman Street
Continue onto Winter Street
Turn left onto Totten Pond Road
Turn right onto Lexington Street
Turn left onto Beaver Street
At the traffic circle, take the second right and stay on Beaver Street
Turn left onto Forest Street
The main Bentley entrance will be on your right
From Points West

Take Route I-90E to Exit 14
Follow signs to merge onto Route I-95/128 North
Take Exit 27B
Turn right off exit onto Wyman Street
Turn left onto Totten Pond Road
Turn right onto Lexington Street
Turn left onto Beaver Street
At the traffic circle, take the second right and stay on Beaver Street
Turn left onto Forest Street
The main Bentley entrance will be on your right

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Commuter rail train service:

From Boston: From Boston's North Station, take the outbound Fitchburg/South Acton commuter rail line to either the Waverley or Waltham Center stations.

From the Waverley station, take the inbound 554 bus line to the Forest Street and Pigeon Lane stop in Waltham. It's a short walk to Bentley's main entrance on College Road.
From the Waltham Center station, take the outbound 554 bus line to the Forest Street and Pigeon Lane stop in Waltham. It's a short walk to Bentley's main entrance on College Road.
From points west: From the western suburbs, take the inbound Fitchburg/South Acton line to the Waltham Center or Waverley stations, and follow the 554 bus line directions listed above. 

Bus service:

From Boston: From the Federal and Franklin streets bus stop in Downtown Boston, take the outbound 554 bus line to the Forest Street and Pigeon Lane stop in Waltham. It's a short walk to Bentley's main entrance on College Road.

From points west: There is no bus service from the western suburbs to Waltham.

For more details on how to get to Bentley via public transit (including service schedules, handicap accessibility, and trip-planning assistance) visit the MBTA website or contact the MBTA at the following telephone numbers:

Main switchboard: 617.222.5000
Customer Support Services 617.222.3200
For travel information, schedules, comments, or complaints: 1.800.392.6100
Deaf or hearing-impaired: TTY 617.222.5146

The MNS Science Symposium is not sponsored or promoted by Bentley University.

 

 

 
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