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    Mar 06

    Seeing Into the Synapse: Exploring a Nanoscale World

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    Register now for Seeing Into the Synapse: Exploring a Nanoscale World by selecting the attached link. Communication in all neural circuits is controlled by a remarkably similar, highly specialized site of cell-cell contact known as a synapse. The human brain contains trillions of these structures. Many open questions remain regarding how synapses are formed and lost, their nanoscale organ

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    Mar 20

    Where and When Neuromodulatory Signaling Meets Behavior

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    Register for Where and When Neuromodulatory Signaling Meets Behavior by following the attached link. Neuromodulators influence communication across brain areas by shaping the activity of neurons as well as the strength and plasticity of their synapses, ultimately promoting behavioral switching. This webinar will review a research journey from ion channel neuromodulation via receptors loca

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    Apr 03

    “You Can’t Respect the Brain and Be a Neurosurgeon” and Other Tall Tales

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    Register for “You Can’t Respect the Brain and Be a Neurosurgeon” and Other Tall Tales by selecting the attached link. Neurosurgeons have unique access to the human brain. In just the last 10 years, neurosurgical techniques have advanced rapidly such that opportunities to study neural activity and neuromodulation in acute and chronic settings have multiplied. This session will discuss how a

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  • Mar 06
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    Seeing Into the Synapse: Exploring a Nanoscale World

    Register now for Seeing Into the Synapse: Exploring a Nanoscale World by selecting the attached link. Communication in all neural circuits is controlled by a remarkably similar, highly specialized site of cell-cell contact known as a synapse. The human brain contains trillions of these structures. Many open questions remain regarding how synapses are formed and lost, their nanoscale organ

  • Mar 20
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    Where and When Neuromodulatory Signaling Meets Behavior

    Register for Where and When Neuromodulatory Signaling Meets Behavior by following the attached link. Neuromodulators influence communication across brain areas by shaping the activity of neurons as well as the strength and plasticity of their synapses, ultimately promoting behavioral switching. This webinar will review a research journey from ion channel neuromodulation via receptors loca

  • Apr 03
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    “You Can’t Respect the Brain and Be a Neurosurgeon” and Other Tall Tales

    Register for “You Can’t Respect the Brain and Be a Neurosurgeon” and Other Tall Tales by selecting the attached link. Neurosurgeons have unique access to the human brain. In just the last 10 years, neurosurgical techniques have advanced rapidly such that opportunities to study neural activity and neuromodulation in acute and chronic settings have multiplied. This session will discuss how a

  • Apr 17
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    Exploration of Tissue Ecosystem: Pandora’s Box as Revealed by Gene Expression

    Register for Exploration of Tissue Ecosystem: Pandora’s Box as Revealed by Gene Expression by selecting the attached link. Spatial transcriptomics was the first method to provide unbiased whole transcriptome analysis with spatial information from tissue. Since its publication in 2016, the method has been used in multiple biological systems and represents the most widely used spatial trans

  • Jul 17
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    Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science

    Register for Cultural Influences on the Way to Do and Interpret Our Science by selecting the following link. This session will discuss how ethnicity, gender, vocabulary, and culture affect the types of experiments scientists perform, how they interpret their findings, and what career decisions they make. This includes the terminology that neuroscience uses to describe regions and functions of

  • Aug 07
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    Go With the (Visual Flow): An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Motor Control

    Register for Go With the (Visual Flow): An Experimentalist’s Path to Understanding Motor Control by selecting the attached link. A previous circus performer from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Eugenia Chiappe, PhD, is interested in how animals move through space so effortlessly. Her lab at the Champalimaud Foundation  in Portugal, studies the structure and function of visuomotor circuits in the fly

  • Aug 21
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    The Allure of Computational Neuroscience

    Register for The Allure of Computational Neurosceince by selecting the following link. Many of the brain’s most intriguing mechanisms are difficult, if not impossible, to measure directly. For this reason, neuroscientists create artificial models of the brain, inspired by real biology, and study in tandem with carefully directed measurements. Computational neuroscience merges biology’s sea

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  • Mar 06
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    Seeing Into the Synapse: Exploring a Nanoscale World

    Register now for Seeing Into the Synapse: Exploring a Nanoscale World by selecting the attached link. Communication in all neural circuits is controlled by a remarkably similar, highly specialized site of cell-cell contact known as a synapse. The human brain contains trillions of these structures. Many open questions remain regarding how synapses are formed and lost, their nanoscale organ

  • Mar 11
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    Brain Awareness Week

    Brain Awareness Week is a wonderful opportunity to not only educate the public about neuroscience but also build up your skills to recruit and train volunteers and organize an event. Remember to take advantage of guidance from your institution, local SfN chapter, and Neuronline articles!

  • Mar 20
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    Where and When Neuromodulatory Signaling Meets Behavior

    Register for Where and When Neuromodulatory Signaling Meets Behavior by following the attached link. Neuromodulators influence communication across brain areas by shaping the activity of neurons as well as the strength and plasticity of their synapses, ultimately promoting behavioral switching. This webinar will review a research journey from ion channel neuromodulation via receptors loca

  • Mar 25
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    How to Organize a Nanosymposium for SfN24

    REGISTER NOW! Organizing a “Nano” is a fantastic opportunity to network and connect with others in your field. Don’t know how to organize a nanosymposium or find others to participate? This webinar will review how to select a topic, identify others who might be interested in joining, and how to recruit others to join the nano. *This is a previously recorded webinar that was used for Neur

  • Mar 25
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    How to Organize a Nanosymposium

    Register for How to Organize a Nanosymposium for SfN24 by selecting the attached link. Organizing a “Nano” is a fantastic opportunity to network and connect with others in your field. Don’t know how to organize a nanosymposium or find others to participate? This webinar will review how to select a topic, identify others who might be interested in joining, and how to recruit others to join the

  • Mar 25
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    How to Organize a Nanosymposium for SfN24

    Register now for How to Organize a Nanosymposium for SfN24 by selecting the attached link. Organizing a “Nano” is a fantastic opportunity to network and connect with others in your field. Don’t know how to organize a nanosymposium or find others to participate? This webinar will review how to select a topic, identify others who might be interested in joining, and how to recruit others to join

  • Mar 26
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    Neuronal Population Encoding of Identity in Primate Prefrontal Cortex

    Register now for Neuronal Population Encoding of Identity in Primate Prefrontal Cortex by selecting the attached link. Join this interactive session as Keshov Sharma and Lizabeth Romanski discuss their paper, “Neuronal Population Encoding of Identity in Primate Prefrontal Cortex”, with JNeurosci Editor-in-Chief Sabine Kastner. Attendees can submit questions at registration and live during the

  • Apr 02

    World Autism Awareness Day

    April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day, when the world takes part in the puzzle pattern of blue, red, yellow and purple pieces that reflect the complexities and uniqueness of the autism spectrum. There is no better way to celebrate this day than by becoming aware of the characteristics of people with this condition and how all of us can do better to increase our own understanding and promote kindne


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