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Coffee Break with Jessica Jimenez

How does preclinical research translate to therapeutic treatments of neuropsychiatric disorders? Dr. Jessica Jimenez is a physician-scientist who is working towards bridging the gap between the laboratory and the clinic. To do so, Jessica received her PhD in 2017 and is working towards her MD, expected May 2020. Her research in Rene Hen’s Lab at

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Drug-seeking models and neural imaging

Coffee Break with Dr. Ben Saunders

During a lifetime, most individuals will engage in potentially addictive behaviors– from consuming drugs, such as alcohol or nicotine, to gambling. However, only a portion of people will develop an addiction and a huge question in neuroscience is, why? What makes those people different? Dr. Ben Saunders is an Assistant Professor at the University of

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Dr. Lindsay Schwarz an Assistant Member at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Coffee Break with Dr. Lindsay Schwarz

We are thrilled to announce Inscopix Coffee Break! This new series features brief conversations with scientists about life in and outside of the lab. Our goal is to highlight the people behind the science across a wide range of positions– from established professors to undergraduate researchers! We will also introduce you to our talented team

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Neuroscience Conference sfn 2018 hotels

5 Tips for Acing the Society for Neuroscience Conference

This year’s hottest neuroscience event is quickly approaching. The Annual Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Conference is the largest meeting of brain scientists, enthusiasts, and vendors. Attracting over 30,000 people a year and spanning 5 days, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and lost in the sea of posters, seminars, and SFN satellite events 2018. Here are

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Brain Circuit Neuroscience

Circuit Neuroscience Highlights from FENS 2018

The conference center for FENS 2018. Image by Stina Börchers (@stina.biologista). Thousands of scientists descended upon Berlin several weeks ago to attend Europe’s largest neuroscience conference. The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (i.e., “FENS”) Forum is a 5-day, biennial meeting boasting a full schedule of brainy presentations, exhibits, and social events. This year FENS was

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Twitter for Academics 101

Before starting graduate school in 2012, my fellow undergraduate researchers set me up with a Twitter account. Little did I know then, how much it would shape my PhD. If you’re not already an academic on Twitter or new to the forum, let me share with you how I use social media as a scientist

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