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#SfN16 Socials: The (un)official guide.

First, I’d like to start by saying this was written with first-time SfN-goers in mind, because I know the first time *I* attended SfN, I had no idea that the alphabet went past 26 characters until I walked through the … Continue reading

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This one goes out to all my tweeps.

  [originally posted on Authorea]     *for the Reddit/Authorea/Winnower Contest Tied for 1/2nd place w/ “What Lady Gaga didn’t have for lunch” ! I started a Twitter account in 2010, during my first year of graduate school, because I was told … Continue reading

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It’s been a while…

Guys. I’m realizing since I last published in this space…well, it’s been a while. The last post on here is from last year’s SfN (can you say: #phdlife keepin’ me busy?) and we’re already gearing up for the one in … Continue reading

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Navigating through space with Dr. May-Britt Moser

“Wow, nice to see you all,” she said peering out from the bright lights of her stage, smiling at the crowd of over 29, 000 conference attendees. These were the first words Dr. May-Britt Moser spoke when she took the stage … Continue reading

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Each day: Same SFN, different story

I woke up this morning to a dream about someone making me an artisan poptart (this has got to be a real thing in some hipster neighborhood, right?) I believe this was my brain’s way of saying: “hey human, if you’re not … Continue reading

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Quotables from the “Memory Engram” Lectures at SFN, 2015

In going through my notes and reflecting on all that was shared about the ever-elusive “memory engram” this past weekend, I came across some quotables worth sharing. An in depth post on the engram is forthcoming. In the meantime, please … Continue reading

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SFN 2015: Saturday’s Recap

It’s only been one day and I already have SO much I want to write about. Today, highlights from the sessions. Tomorrow, more in-depth focus on memory engrams. Professional Development – Careers Beyond the Bench:  A book for those considering careers … Continue reading

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