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At the end of each General Meeting, we'll have a journal club presentation. It's a great opportunity to present or learn about any exciting research you've either read about or done yourself!

why should i present?

Because you learned about something really exciting and you just can't wait to share it with others, of course! On a more practical note, journal club is the perfect place to practice your academic/scientific/professional presentation skills, which is something you'll likely need in the future. You'll also earn double hours for the general meeting(s) you present at, so what more could you want?

how do i sign up to present?

You can get signed up to present by reaching out to our Vice President, Faith Nguyen, by emailing or messaging on GroupMe. Additionally, you can contact us through our social media platforms, talking to us at events, or emailing We'll find an open meeting that works for your schedule and answer any other questions you have!

Past Journal Club Presentations

For guidance on how to select and present a Journal Club, you can use these resources provided by PhD Candidate: Kira Mills

Reading Scientific Research | Presenting Sci... | Writing Sci... | Journal Club Template

Click on text for link to articles (if available), or click on PowerPoint icon to download the visual component of the presentation.

Kira Mills

Molecular Dynamics for All

Kieth Gryder

Timbre Change Effects on Melody Recognition for Musicians and Non-musicians

Rayan Harmouch

Synergism & Cytotoxicity Study of Multiple Drug Combinations on Lymphoma Cell Lines

 Jai Singh Rajput

Vagus Nerve stimulation enhances recognition memory in a cocaine sensitization rat model and drives cortical plasticity in hippocampus

Kira Mills

Targeting a new protein pathway involved in neurodegenerative disease

Tyler Short

The Love of Neuroscience

Maya Parks

Neuroscience of Depression

Isadora Comens

Triptan-induced enhancement of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in trigeminal ganglion dural afferents underlies increased responsiveness to potential migraine triggers

Melody Thornley

Stoned Ape Theory

Medical School Panel Q & A

Grace Moore

Neuro-immune Interactions in COVID-19 Patients

Grace Moore

Spider Phobias: Response Preference Bias or Prior-Entry Effect?

Your Name

Take the opportunity to learn and present some science! You can do it!
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