Virtual conversations are important when building and maintaining relationships with your elected officials and their offices.
Go to Neuronline to learn how to successfully advocate through video conferences and phone calls: https://bit.ly/2T4Cq7H
Nurturing mentorships are an integral part of achieving your career goals.
Hear how mentors can help #WomenInNeuroscience thrive on Neuronline: https://bit.ly/2Llra2q
Steve Hyman from @StanleyCenter would like to see collaboration skills taken into account in hiring and promotion. You too can share your thoughts for enhancing a rigorous research culture at https://neuronline.sfn.org/frn
Just 7 weeks to world 1st Virtual #FENS2020!!
In today's #CountdownFriday we'll look forward to the EDAB/Max Cowan Lecture by Carla Shatz from @Stanford: "Synapses lost and found: developmental critical periods and #AlzheimersDisease"
“Many schools encourage integrating research into courses, which can have an impact on more students than in a research lab,” states Joyce Fernandes of @miamiuniversity.
Check out course models that integrate research into curriculum on Neuronline: https://bit.ly/3bu0x5S
Nominate a leader in science education and outreach for Next Generation Awards, which honors SfN chapter members who have made exceptional contributions to #neuroscience outreach. The deadline has been extended to Friday, May 29 at 5 p.m. EST. Apply today: http://bit.ly/2Ij4Iqx
According to Kirk Leech of @The_EARA, “There is a global change in how the research community is seeking to improve public understanding of animal research.”
Learn how to inform the public about the responsible use of animals in research on Neuronline: https://bit.ly/3cMFNIp