Welcome to the Neuroscience Scholars Program Community!
This community is a place for discussion of scientific and professional development topics,
to share opportunities, and to connect with other NSP Scholars and Alumni.
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Meet the 2020 NSP Class Advisors!
Class Advisors are Alumni specifically dedicated to serving current NSP Scholars.
They act as ‘community builders’ and are here to help guide you through the two-year Program!
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Dr. Theanne Griffith (@Theanne Griffith) 2011 NSP Fellow; 2019-2021 NSP Co-Class Advisor
Dr. Ian Mendez (@Ian Mendez) 2015 NSP Fellow; 2020-2022 NSP Co-Class Advisor
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SfN's Neuroscience Scholars Program won a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM) -
An award that recognizes outstanding efforts of mentors in encouraging the next generation of innovators and
developing a science and engineering workforce that reflects the diverse talent of America.
Dr. Erich Jarvis (@jarvis), former NSP Principal Investigator and 1995 NSP Fellow, accepted the award on behalf of SfN.
Dr. Jarvis is a current member of the NSP Advisory Board.