Resources

Check this set of pages for useful links and resources


 

 

Contact Us

For questions, please contact us by email at mtncsfn@gmail.com   Or contact one of the chapter officers via email   You can also follow us on Twitter!  We are MTNcSFN @MTNcSFN https://twitter.com/mtncsfn

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Links to SfN Awards

Here is a listing of awards offered by SfN.  The awards listed below require nomination through the local chapters of SfN. Grants and Awards SfN Chapters Graduate Student Travel Awards – Allows chapters to nominate outstanding graduate students to participate in SfN’s annual meeting. SfN Chapters Postdoctoral Trainee Travel Awards – Allows chapters to nominate outstanding postdocs to …

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Links to Middle TN Affiliates

Here are links to institutions in the Middle Tennessee Area affiliated with MTNCSfN.  If you don’t see your institution and think it should be on the list, please Contact Us.   Austin Peay State University Belmont University Fisk University Lipscomb University Middle Tennessee State University Meharry/Vanderbilt Alliance Tennessee State University Trevecca Nazerene University Vanderbilt Brain …

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Neuroscience for Kids and Beyond!

Here are a few fun resources for learning about the brain and neuroscience from the Middle Tennessee area and around the web: University of Washington (Dr. Chudler) Neuroscience for Kids  http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/neurok.html UC Davis List of Resources   http://mindbrain.ucdavis.edu/about/neuroscience-for-kids/ 2011 Summer Program Resource is a PDF about the Brain and Spine 2011 SERPENT Educational Resource 2012 …

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Neuroscience for Educators and the Public

For advanced learners, educators, policymakers, press, and the public: Society for Neuroscience Brain Primer (80 pages of educational material for the public)   SfN brain facts pdf SfN Educational Resources in Neuroscience (ERIN) portal for the neuroscience community – “an easy-to-use, comprehensive source of educational materials to enhance teaching and learning in neuroscience.” BrainFacts.org as stated on their …

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