Last GBM

Come destress before finals with the Neuroscience Axis, this Wednesday (12/05)! We will be hosting an end of the semester meeting, and there will be pizza, in Life Sciences 038 from 7-8pm. We hope to see you there!

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is one of the most complex neurodegenerative disorders that exist today. This Wednesday (11/28), Dr. Craig Evinger will be joining the Neuroscience Axis to give an overview of this disease and explain recent findings in related neuroscientific research. Learn how Parkinson’s Disease affects a human brain and what treatments have been developed to alleviate the symptoms. Our GBM will be held on Wednesday 7-8pm in Life Sciences 038. We hope to see you there!

Research Seminar

Are you interested in research? Want to learn how you can join a lab and become a successful research assistant? Neuroscience Axis is here to help! We are very excited to announce our upcoming Research Seminar. This Wednesday (11/07) you will have a chance to network with Dr. Marvin O’Neal from the biology department and a number of amazing graduate students who will be joining us to share their perspective on science and give you advice on how you can get into your lab of interest. Learn about research opportunities at Stony Brook and find out what makes research experience so valuable. The seminar will take place this Wednesday, 7-9:30pm on the 2nd floor of the GLS Center and all majors are welcome! We hope to see you there!

Eighth GBM- Neuroscience of Fear

This Wednesday (10/31), the Neuroscience Axis is exploring fear and neural processes involved in the fear response. Join us this Halloween to learn what happens within our brain when we are afraid and how fear affects our body. Take a break from your studies and play trivia with us to win some candy! We hope to see you all on Wednesday 7-8pm in Life Sciences 038.

Seventh GBM- Advising Night

Are you starting to think about what classes to take next semester? Are you unsure about which professor to pick or what class combination to take on? Well then this GBM is perfect for you! This Wednesday (10/24) we will be helping out with class schedules and how to coordinate them. Since we have taken most of the classes that some of you will be signing up for, we can help you decide the best path for yourself. Come join us from 7-8 and pick your schedule for Spring 2018!

Sixth GBM- Neuroscience and Mental Health

This Wednesday (10/17), Neuroscience Axis is going to be discussing the importance of mental health among college students. This GBM will be filled with fun activities such as painting and clay modeling to help you de-stress and express yourself. Take a break from studying and join us on Wednesday 7-8pm in Life Sciences 038!

 

Fifth GBM- Neuroanthopology

Are you interested in anthropology? Don’t really know what it is and what its potential applications are? This event is for you! This week, we will be collaborating with the Undergraduate Anthropology Society to go over the field of anthropology and several subfields, such as neuroanthropology and medical anthropology. Join us this week to learn more about anthropology on Wednesday, October 10th from 7-8PM in Life Science 038. We hope to see you there!

 

Fourth GBM- Electrophysiology

Are you interested in neuroscience but don’t know where to begin? Well, no problem! Come to Neuroscience Axis this week to learn about electrophysiology. We’ll be going over what electrophysiology is and how it relates to neuroscience. You can not only further your knowledge on this topic, but you can also learn what type of future, awaits for you, by pursuing a career related to this field. And to those, who already know what electrophysiology is, come to Neuroscience Axis to share and further your knowledge of electrophysiology. Come learn about neuroscience this Wednesday, October 3 from 7-8 pm in Life Sciences 038. Hope to see you there!

Third GBM- Basics of Neuroscience

Interested in Neuroscience?! Have no idea what it is?? Not a problem! Come learn about all the different aspects this Wednesday with Neuroscience Axis. We’ll be going over the basics and covering topics within neuroanatomy, neurology and electrophysiology. You’ll be able to gain an overview of neuroscience and expose yourself to the multitude of fields offered. Come learn about neuroscience this Wednesday, September 26 from 7-8 pm in Life Sciences 038. Hope to see you there!

Second GBM- Undergraduate Research Panel

Are you interested in getting involved in research on campus? Are you curious about the research experiences of undergraduates here at Stony Brook? Come to the Neuroscience Axis’ panel of undergraduate researchers, where you can learn more about how undergraduates get involved in research and their overall experiences from those who have a strong background in research! Learn about these first-hand experiences on Wednesday, September 19th from 7-8pm in Life Sciences 038, we look forward to seeing you there!

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