BIG Seminar Series

BIG Seminar Series

Every other Thursday, 4-5 p.m.

Showcases polished projects, published or unpublished. Speakers can be faculty, postdocs, or graduate students who have a largely completed project. The audience includes WashU and non-WashU scientists unless otherwise requested by the speaker.

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BIG Works-in-Progress

Every other Thursday, 4–5 p.m.

A space for trainees (postdocs or graduate students) to present their projects and seek feedback within the WashU community. The audience will include only WashU scientists.

BIG Happy Hours

BIG Happy Hours

Select Thursdays @ 5pm

An opportunity for WashU Trainees and Faculty to meet after working hours, relax, have fun, play games and eat/drink.

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Weizmann/WashU BIG Joint Symposium

May 28 to June1, 2023 at Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel

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BIG Symposium 2022

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BIG Gala 2022

Missouri Botanical Garden

Apply for a BIG Travel Award!

Attention presenters, Apply Now for $500 travel credit

The Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG) Center funds $500 travel awards for presenters who have been given a talk at national and international conferences. Although the BIG Center sends out calls for Travel Award applications throughout the year, we will also accept applications on a rolling basis outside of these set call times.

BIG Scientific Image WINNERS!

The Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG) Center announced the winners of our Scientific Image Competition at our March 23rd WiPs.  Winners will receive $500 towards conference travel!