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    • Gabriella Panuccio
      By Gabriella Panuccio in The Biohybrid Brain 1
      This blog intends to be a platform linking scientific and technological progression of the Neural Engineering field, including Artificial Intelligence applied to the Neurosciences, and the ethical and psycho-social concerns raised by the concept of man-machine hybridization; its scope is to raise awareness and understanding and to address the misconceptions and fears of biohybrid biomedical interventions to cure the brain.
      Why should people use this category?
      This category lies at the border among science, technology and ethics. It may be used to start any topic relating to neurotechnology, biological-to-artificial (biohybrid) interfaces, neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience relative to the concepts of restoration of brain function and augmentation of it, both for therapeutic purposes and for enhancing human brain performance.
      This category intends to be a cross-disciplinary platform expanding beyond the research, where people can actively engage in constructive debates about S&T progression relative to man-machine hybridization along with the ethics and policy concerns deriving from it.
      What should topics in this category generally contain?
      Topics in this category should go well beyond the world of Neuroscience alone, including Philosophy of Science and History of Philosophy in a unique conceptual framework, drawing from the different topics around the forum.
  1. COVID-19 Readiness

    1. Online Learning and Teaching Tools

      With the transition of many schools and universities to online-only classes, there may be questions and uncertainties about how to effectively teach virtually. Ask questions, share advice and tips about digital learning here.

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    2. Lab Management and Research

      Labs are now faced with potential loss in productivity not being able to have all staff on hand for bench work. We encourage you to share strategies in managing bench work while staying healthy.

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  2. Community Discussions

    1. General Discussion

      A forum for general discussion and posting topics that do not fit into any other existing category.

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  3. Virtual Events

    1. Webinars

      Discuss, comment, and ask questions about SfN's webinars.

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      • Andrew Chen
  4. Foundations of Rigorous Neuroscience

    1. Foundations of Rigorous Neuroscience

      Share your experiences and ideas about scientific cultural factors that can undermine rigorous research practices and identify solutions to these issues that can be employed by all members of the neuroscience community.

      This forum is open to members and non-members. Please feel free to post anonymously using the "Post as anonymous" option when submitting a thread/comment or submitting your ideas in this Google Form. Contact SfN staff at training@sfn.org for more information.

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  5. Scientific Research and Training

    1. Scientific Research Discussion

      Stay up to date on the latest and greatest in neuroscience research!

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      • Andrew Chen
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    3. Optogenetics Training Series

      Share insights, best practices, ask questions, and engage with other participants of SfN's Optogenetic Training Series.

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    4. Program Development

      A forum for faculty to learn strategies for strengthening your academic program and for students to learn tips for navigating academia.

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      • leah_roesch
  6. Career Discussions

    1. Professional Development

      Enhance your career by learning about the best ways to network, the benefits of mentorship, and many other career skills.

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      • David Reiner
    2. Career Advice

      Share tips and guidance on how to plan, shape, and grow your career.

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      • Amanda Labuza
    3. Career Paths

      Explore the various jobs in different settings that neuroscientists can hold such as professors, academic researchers, science writers, policy consultants, and more.

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      • Sampurna Chakrabarti
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      • Noelle James
  7. Diversity

    1. Diversity Discussion

      Learn about the importance of diversity in the field and what you can do to promote it!

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      • Michael Oberdorfer
    2. International Experiences

      A space to share experiences and get feedback about studying and working outside of the U.S.

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      • Gabriella Panuccio
  8. Outreach and Advocacy

    1. Outreach and Advocacy Discussion

      Get inspired by the methods other neuroscientists have used to let the public know about the importance of their research.

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      • Amanda Labuza
    2. Brain Awareness & Teaching

      Share lesson plans, tips, and experiences about teaching neuroscience!

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      • Amanda Labuza
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      • Michael Oberdorfer
  9. Archive

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  10. Support

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      Got a question that isn't answered in the FAQs? Having a problem with the website? Post here and we will help you out!

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