- The Ohio State University
- Emory University
- Brandeis University
- University of California, San Diego
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Baylor College of Medicine
- Harvard University
- Georgia State University
- Wake Forest University
- Princeton University
- Medical College of Wisconsin
- Oregon Health & Science University
- Florida State University
- Stanford University
- University of Vermont
- The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- New York University
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of Maryland, Baltimore
- Johns Hopkins University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- University of Cincinnati
- Texas A&M University
- University at Buffalo, State University of New York
- Columbia University
The students in the Neuroscience Program solicit nominations for each award and ballots are created. First and second year students vote for the teaching award and senior students vote for the mentor award. Receiving both awards is an indication of the extent of Terry’s service to the students and program.
Congratulations, Dr. Stanford!
Greg Alberto, an MD/PhD Neuroscience student, has been chosen to participate in the NINDS/AUPN/ANA/CNS “Combining Clinical and Research Careers in Neuroscience” course to be held June 27–28, 2014 at the JW Marriott located in Washington, DC.
The goals of this course are to:
1) encourage medical students with neuroscience research training to pursue clinical training (with special emphasis on neurology) and choose clinician-scientist careers;
2) describe and discuss strategies for successfully melding clinical and research careers;
3) discuss the satisfaction and power of a combined clinical and research career;
4) describe and discuss sources of and strategies for obtaining training and research support; and
5) provide an opportunity for students to meet academicians who have successfully combined clinical and research careers in neuroscience.
Congratulations Greg !!!
Broadening the Representation of Academic Investigators in NeuroScience (BRAINS), a program based at the University of Washington, is designed to accelerate and improve the career advancement of neuroscience postdoctoral scholars and assistant professors from underrepresented groups.
Participants will gain a stronger sense of career self-efficacy through a combination of symposia, peer networks, mentoring relationships, and career consultations over a two-year period. The long-term goal of BRAINS is to increase diversity in academic and scientific leadership in neuroscience-related fields.
To learn more about BRAINS, see http://depts.washington.edu/brains/.
The NIH Pain Consortium Symposium is a high impact meeting that takes place on the NIH campus and brings together the best of both intramural and extramural scientists as well as NIH Program Officers.
Dustin has won a Travel award to attend the International Cannabinoid Research Society (ICRS) conference this summer at Lake Maggiore, Baveno, Italy.
Dustin has also recently learned that he was accepted to attend the Advanced Course in Computational Neuroscience (ACCN) to be held at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Sciences.
Congratulations to Dustin and also to his advisors, Rob Hampson and Sam Deadwyler.