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Success is academia conference coming to Drexel!

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Success in Academia: Professional and Career Development Series Success in Academia, an afternoon professional development conference, will feature accomplished speakers and panelists discussing academic career options and providing advice for graduate students and postdocs. Attendees will learn how to best position themselves for success in obtaining jobs in academic institutions, how to overcome obstacles and […]

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10 Reasons for Neuroscientists to Run in the Miles For Migraine Race

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Saturday morning, October 10, 2015 Sign up at milesformigraine.org 10 Reasons for Neuroscientists to Run in the Miles for Migraine Race: 1- It is on 10-10! 2- Because Migraine is a brain disease not just a headache 3- To meet neuroscientists, physicians and patients who care about migraine 4- To contribute to migraine research in Philadelphia 5- To de-stigmatize this disabling disease 6- To become […]

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Travel Award Application Due Next Week!

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Student and Post-doc members of PCSfN This year brings some significant changes to the chapter awards and specifically address to the travel awards program.  We will not be able to submit nominations, but instead you will need to self-nominate on SfN.org for a Trainee Professional Development Award.  The Trainee Professional Development Awards, which help winners attend […]

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Temple University Post-doc position available

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An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available immediately to investigate synaptic plasticity underlying cocaine addiction and relapse using rodent models. Research in the lab utilizes behavioral models of addiction combined with behavioral pharmacology, cell and molecular biology as well as patch-clamp electrophysiology. For details, please visit: https://sites.temple.edu/briandlab We are seeking a highly motivated electrophysiologist who is […]

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Apply for Public Outreach Fellowship

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Applications are now open for the AMP/Michael D. Hayre Fellowship in Public Outreach for the 2015-16 academic year. The fellowship promotes peer education about animal research among students and young adults aged 18-30. The deadline for applications is May 1.

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