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Houston Professor Hosting Symposium with Five Siblings

Dr. Anne Sereno is a cognitive neuroscientist with the McGovern Medical School who will be hosting a symposium with her five siblings — who are also scientists — for the 42nd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference in January. It’s called the Sereno Symposium: The Lanscape of Human Cognition. Maggie Martin sat down with Dr. Sereno, professor of neurobiology and anatomy […]

Photo: Michael Hagerty, Houston Public MediaDr. Anne Sereno is a cognitive neuroscientist with the McGovern Medical School who will be hosting a symposium with her five siblings — who are also scientists — for the 42nd Annual Interdisciplinary Conference in January.Sereno Siblings: top, Sara, Martin, Margaret, Joan; bottom, Paul, Anne

It’s called the Sereno Symposium: The Lanscape of Human Cognition.

Maggie Martin sat down with Dr. Sereno, professor of neurobiology and anatomy with McGovern Medical School at UTHealth, to talk about growing up in a large family and what it’s like planning a public talk with her siblings.

(At Right: Sereno Siblings: Top Row — Sara, Martin, Margaret and Joan; Bottom Row — Paul and Anne.)

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