Creating Connections in Support of Diverse Neuroscientists

Developing community and a sense of belonging to the field are important to supporting diverse neuroscientists. Panelists describe a cohort-based professional development program for early career researchers from underrepresented groups called BRAINS. This panel shares program innovations as well as stories and take-home messages from BRAINS community members. A moderated discussion offers the opportunity to brainstorm avenues of incorporating BRAINS best practices into your own career or community.

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