WCU Neurons, Brains & Behaviors Journal Club

Science, technology, art, love, hate, all forms of human expression...
They all have their origin in: The Human Brain

Any man could, if he were so inclined, be the sculptor of his own brain.
Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Advice for a Young Investigator

On Hiatus for Fall 2017

The journal club is gathering of those interested in cognitive and neural sciences. We discuss recent articles from the scientific literature. It is open to Undergraduates, Graduate Students, Faculty, & Staff. Basically, anyone interested in synapses, neurons, brains, neurotransmitters, pharmacology, animal behavior, mental disorders, psychology, learning, memory, emotion, modeling & simulation, consciousness, ion channels, navigation, biophysics, information theory, excitable membranes, cognitive science, unfathomable human behavior, sensation, computational biology, perception, plasticity, homeostasis, neuroimmunology, neuroanatomy, electrophysiology, etc.

We don't care about your major or department, just your interest and your willingness to participate.

From here you can navigate to a page of basic information, our schedule, and another page with some helpful links.

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