wHAT IS JOURNAL CLUB?
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 an extra involvement hour for presenting, 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, Kiree Gove, or contacting us through our social media platforms or email. We'll find an open meeting that works for you, 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 Student: Kira Mills
Click on text for link to articles (if available), or click on PowerPoint icon to download the visual component of the presentation.
Jai Singh Rajput
Vagus Nerve stimulation enhances recognition memory in a cocaine sensitization rat model and drives cortical plasticity in hippocampus
Neuroscience of Depression
Take the opportunity to learn and present some science! You can do it!
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