neuroscience

Intro2Programming

23Feb201909:00
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24Feb201913:00

Organized by Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives, this workshop aims to provide an introduction to programming for research trainees at the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral level in...

Under Pressure: Stress management for better brain health

7Feb201912:00
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13:30

How does stress affect the brain and behaviour? What can you do to reduce and manage stress?

How to make more than minimum wage in grad school

22Jan201918:00
to
19:30

Where do you find little-known (and low-competition) scholarships? How do you approach companies to fund your research? This seminar will focus on alternative funding sources for graduate students...

Intro2Programming

23Feb201909:00
to
24Feb201913:00

Organized by Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives, this workshop aims to provide an introduction to programming for research trainees at the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral level in...

Under Pressure: Stress management for better brain health

7Feb201912:00
to
13:30

  How does stress affect the brain and behaviour? What can you do to reduce and manage stress?

How to make more than minimum wage in grad school

22Jan201918:00
to
19:30

Where do you find little-known (and low-competition) scholarships? How do you approach companies to fund your research? This seminar will focus on alternative funding sources for graduate students...

The Reviewer's Perspective: A panel discussion on academic publishing in neuroscience

28Nov201812:00
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13:30

Description: How do you choose which journal to submit to? What do reviewers look for in a manuscript? How can you effectively respond to reviewer comments?

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