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The Gordon Research Seminar on the Basal Ganglia provides a stimulating environment for graduate students, post-doctoral scientists, and other early career researchers to engage with their peers in discussions of ongoing unpublished work and emerging ideas in the field. This seminar will facilitate the exchange of new data regarding the development, structure, and function of the basal ganglia in health and disease, providing insight at the molecular, cellular, circuit, systems, and theoretical levels. Complementing the scientific program will be a career development session with panelists from a range of science-related disciplines, including academia, biomedical industry, writing and publishing, and science policy. In addition to excellent science on the advancement of the basal ganglia, this GRS hopes to explore the barriers to diversity and inclusion in science, providing an open forum for discussion and mentorship of underrepresented groups.