2016's Most Popular Neuronline Resources
As you gear up for 2017, rediscover this mix of webinars, scientific research summaries, interviews, and advice articles to set yourself up for learning and advancement in the new year.1. Making the Switch: Tips for Successfully Transitioning Between Academia, Industry, and Government
Learning about the unique characteristics of different workplaces can help you find the career path you want. Neuroscientists in this webinar have personal anecdotes and insights to share with you.
2. The Amygdala and Aberrant Fear
Take a look at fear and anxiety from inside your brain. Auntora Sengupta summarizes her JNeurosci paper.
3. 4 Tips to Make Your Science Talk Compelling
Use these methods to keep your audience intrigued about your research and neuroscience at-large.
4. A Personal Perspective: Why Increasing the Advancement of Women in Neuroscience Matters
Challenges, inspiration, keys to success: All that and more in this interview with Mara Dierssen.
5. Part One: an Introduction to Conflict Management in Academia
How can you navigate complex interpersonal situations that may arise? This Stanford University ombudsman explains and provides background on different types of conflict.
6. The Other Brain Cells: New Insights into What Glial Cells Do
Experts in the biology of astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, and microglia come together in this virtual conference to discuss glial cells as key players in nervous system function. This conference is only available until February, so act quickly.
7. How to Manage Your Time Effectively
Two neuroscientists talk priorities and perfectionism in this Q&A.
8. How to Write an Accurate, Concise, and Meaningful Significance Statement
Frame your science to get the attention of funders, publishers, the media, and the public.
9. ‘Brain Cannabis’ Boosts a Specific Aspect of Learning
Dive into the science of episodic memory in this summary of an eNeuro paper by Gary Lynch.
10. Insights into Tool Creation and Career Transitions
The 2015 winner of the Nemko Prize in Cellular or Molecular Neuroscience discusses his research and career path. See what you can learn.