Hello World, indeed!
The rest of you WordPress users know that “Hello World!” is the self-generated title of the first default post that is published along with the creation of your blog. Quite appropos, I feel – as it indicates a kind of genesis. As you may have noticed, I’m still getting this blog “off the ground” so to speak. It takes time to develop a blog with all its functional parts and components, to getting it just right. This is not unlike the development of an organism, actually.
Speaking of development, that is the “Theme” I will be covering at this year’s annual Society for Neuroscience (sfn) meeting which will be held in San Diego, California. I am honored to be chosen as one of the thirteen “Neurobloggers” who will be offering you daily updates straight from the trenches!
Here we are:
Theme A: Development
www.functionalneurogenesis.com/blog/ (Twitter @jsnsndr)
https://geneticexpressions.wordpress.com/ (Twitter @geneticexpns)
Theme B: Neural Excitability, Synapses, Glia: Cellular Mechanisms
www.hillaryblakeley.net (Twitter @hillaryjoy)
Theme C: Disorders of the Nervous System
http://houseofmind.tumblr.com (Twitter @houseofmind)
Theme D: Sensory and Motor Systems
http://blog.pascallisch.net/ (Twitter @Pascallisch)
http://neuromusings.com (The Neuro Dilettante – Twitter @neurodilettante)
www.davidderiso.com (Twitter @davederiso)
Theme E: Homeostatic and Neuroendocrine Systems
www.dormivigilia.com (Twitter @Beastlyvaulter)
Theme F: Cognition and Behavior
http://neurosci.tumblr.com (Twitter @aechase)
http://neuroblog.stanford.edu (Twitter @stanfordneuro)
Theme H: History, Teaching, Public Awareness, and Societal Impacts in Neuroscience
http://khawaja-sfn2010.blogspot.com (Twitter @thekhawaja)