This is video one in the series, The Neuroscientist’s Guide to Advocacy.
Effective science communication can help you be published and cited, and it can help you reach other scientists, nonscientists, and policymakers.
"As scientists involved in advocacy, it’s important to coordinate messaging and align it to the global agenda."
By educating the public on the guidelines in place to ensure animal welfare during experiments, you can help encourage public support of animal research overall.
Samantha Baglot shares how she’s pursuing her passion for improving education through neuroscience outreach and project management.
Learn effective ways to communicate openly and start positive conversations about animal research.
Alexandra Colón-Rodríguez discusses her passion for outreach and her experience as a Puerto Rican woman advancing in the field.
Join this training on the history of animal activism and its relevance to your current research.
Ian McLaughlin makes time to step beyond the bench to educate the public about the brain.
Hear neuroscientists discuss their advocacy efforts and what you can do to promote science research in your local community.
Read this interview with the team behind the Brain Matters podcast. They won the Next Generation Award in 2016.
Inspired by her research on the neurobiology of language, Flora Vanlangendonck created a short video to explain how the brain processes language.
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