Graduates in Neuroscience, GIN, is a student-run organization comprised of the students in the Emory Neuroscience Graduate Program. Our aims are to promote neuroscience and build a sense of community, all the while enjoying ourselves - whether teaching neuroscience to elementary school kids, hosting a lecturer, or playing trivia at the annual retreat.
Also, check out our student run newsletter, The Central Sulcus: https://thecentralsulcus.wordpress.com
GIN Presidents: Archana Venkataraman & Erin King
GIN Treasurers: Raven Hardy & Jessica Root
GIN Secretary: Lindsey Shapiro
Central Sulcus Editor-in-Chief: Kristie Garza
Central Sulcus Editors: Stephanie Foster, Trisha Lala, Simone Campbell, Ronnie Yifan, and Rachel Pearcy
Executive Committee Representatives: Maria Briscione & Andrea Pack
Recruitment Committee Representatives: Anzar Abbas & Chris Sinon
Curriculum Committee Representatives: Penny Buelow & Neeti Mehta
Neuroscience Awards Committee Representatives: Arielle Valdez & Alejandro Lopez
Frontiers in Neuroscience Seminar Coordinators: Ashlyn Johnson & Mallika Halder
ENCORE Seminar Coordinators: Lindsey Shapiro & Zeena Ammar
Division Student Advisory Council (DSAC) Representative: Stephanie Foster
Graduates in Neuroscience, GIN, is a student-run organization comprised of the students in the Emory Neuroscience Graduate Program. Our aims are to promote neuroscience and build a sense of community, all the while enjoying ourselves - whether playing paintball, teaching neuroscience to elementary school kids, hosting a lecturer, or rafting at the annual retreat.
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Student Organization Seeking GSGA Recognition or Renewing Registration
The purpose of this organization is to provide a forum in which graduate students interested in neuroscience can discuss current issues in this field. This organization also provides a means by which students can discuss concerns regarding the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, and/
or the Neuroscience Program. A third function of this organization is to allow students to choose representatives to the following organizations: Graduate Student Council, Division Student Advisory Council, NeuroscienceProgram Executive Committee, Neuroscience Program Admissions Committee, and Neuroscience Program Seminar Committee.
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To qualify for membership, one must be interested in the purpose of the organization. This membership is open to all members of the Emory University graduate student community. Voting members of this organization must be graduate students in the Neuroscience Program of the Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences at Emory