Pre-Health Advising

Hello everyone! This week we will have Jennifer Hecker from the Pre-Health Advising Center join us. She will be talking to us about the importance of extracurricular activities and how being a part of an organization or team is beneficial to our future. This will be a great opportunity for people to ask her questions about how to become involved on campus and how to stand out as an applicant when applying to medical school or higher level education. If you have a hard time getting an appointment with the Pre-Health Advising center, this would be a great opportunity for you guys to ask all your questions. Please join us this Wednesday, 11/6 in Life Sciences 038 from 7PM to 8PM to learn more. Hope to see you there!

A Look Inside Dr. Lerner’s Lab

Hello everyone! This week were having Caroline Freden, a full time lab coordinator at Dr. Matthew Lerner’s lab in the Psychology Department. Dr. Lerner’s lab uses methods drawn from basic development, social neuroscience, developmental psychopathy, and controlled trials research to explore how basic, often novel processes impact social development. She will be talking about Dr. Lerner’s lab and what roles and responsibilities are entailed. Hope to see you guys this Wednesday 7-8 pm in Life Sciences 038!

Advice Night

Hello everyone! This week we’re hosting a little Advice Night! Join us to learn and be advised on academic, prehealth, and neuroscience research. It will be taking place at 7 PM at Life Sciences 038. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

De-Stress Night

Hey everyone! After the first wave of midterms, we figured it’d be nice to have a destress night to unwind and celebrate before the next wave. Come join us this wednesday, 7 PM at Life Sciences 038 to paint, listen to music, and clay mold. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

MD/PhD Student Panel

Hey everyone! This Wednesday, Lillian Talbot will be joining Neuroscience Axis to share with us her experience as being a MD/PhD student. This will be a great opportunity to learn about the medical career path and how to make the most of your undergraduate years to make the transition into medicine. You will also be able to ask the speaker your own questions! If you’re interested in preparing for medical school, come join us from 7-8pm at Life Sciences 038. We look forward to seeing you there!

Research Workshop

Hey everyone! This week we will be hosting a research workshop. We will walk you through the steps of getting involved in research on campus. Also, it’s a great opportunity to learn how to contact professors about their research. Join us this Wednesday, September 25th from 7-8pm at Life Science 038 to learn more! Bring your resumé to be checked over and any questions you have about the process.

Graduate Student Panel

Hello everyone! This week we will host a Graduate student panel. These students are studying/researching various aspects of neuroscience and will share their experience and knowledge this Wednesday, September 18th from 7 to 8 pm in Life Sciences 038. Join us to learn more about graduate school programs and how to apply. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

Pizza Party

Hello everyone! The Neuroscience Axis would like to invite you to our last meeting of the year! Stop by Life Sciences 038 this Wednesday from 7-8pm and join us as we conclude this year with delicious pizza. Meet the members one last time and tell us what you’d like to see next year at Neuroscience Axis! We hope to see you there and good luck on finals!

Neuroscience of Stress

Hello everyone! As we approach finals and graduations, many of us are becoming more anxious and stressed. We start to fear deadlines, assignments, tests, etc. This week at Neuroscience Axis we will be talking about the Neuroscience of Stress. If you want to learn more about stress and how to tackle stressful situations, stop by Neuroscience Axis on Wednesday, 04/24/19 at 7 PM in Life Sciences 038. Also, at the end of our meeting we will be making stress balls to help us study for the finals.

War and Mental Health

This Wednesday, the Neuroscience Axis is hosting a special conference to raise awareness of war and its effects on mental health of veterans, civilians and refugees. Amazing SBU neuroscientists and medical doctors who specialize in mental health research will share their perspective on the physical and biological risks of long lasting effects of war-related events and explain the latest findings from their studies. Join us this Wednesday, April 3rd 7-9:30pm in SAC Ballroom B to network with renowned SBU researchers, discover new research opportunities and learn more about Neuroscience of War!

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