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Available Postdoc Position at Temple!

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A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Anna Moore in the Biology Department at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.  The major focus of the lab is to investigate the role of activity-dependent gene regulation on mechanisms of neural plasticity. The lab uses a combination of techniques including patch-clamp electrophysiology, molecular biology, optogenetics, and mouse behavior.  Applicants should send […]

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2019 PCSFN Annual meeting announced!!!

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For more details and to register or submit your abstract, visit HERE. Date: Wednesday May 1, 2019 from 1-5PM Location: BRB 2/3 Lobby/Auditorium, 421 Curie Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (GOOGLE MAPS) Keynote speaker: Dr. Mario Penzo Investigator at the National Institute of Mental health      

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2018 PCSFN Annual meeting announced!!!

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For more details and to register or submit your abstract, visit HERE. Date: Thursday April 26, 2018 from 1-6PM Location: Howard Gittis Student Center, Temple University Keynote speaker: Dr. Thomas Blanpied, PhD Associate Professor of Physiology, University of Maryland School of Medicine                

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SFN Council Doubles Funding for Trainee Awards

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SfN Council Doubles Funding for Trainee Awards Good news for Neuroscience Trainees!!! SfN Council added $100,000 in support this year for Trainee Professional Development Awards (TPDA), increasing the number to about 200 awards. TPDAs provide young scientists with the chance to attend the SfN annual meeting, present an abstract, and network with senior scientists. Applications will be accepted […]

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Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Symposium at Lehigh University

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Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Symposium Friday, April 14, 2017 – 7:30am Place: Wood Dining Hall, Iacocca Hall For complete information and to register visit http://www.lehigh.edu/~inneuro/ Neuroscience has, since its origins, attracted scientists from a broad array of fields, psychology, physiology, anatomy, computer science and engineering. Modern neuroscience continues to comprise all of these approaches, each providing a unique perspective […]

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