We are a diverse group of people that are very curious about how a brain inspires behavior, cognition, and reality. Our educational backgrounds vary greatly and we find this to be a splendid property of our club – there are no prerequisites required to appreciate the wonders that the field of neuroscience explores.
PSU Student Organization of the Year, 2014 SALPies Awards
Visit our official Facebook page for club news, events and updates | facebook.com/pdxbrains
Discuss all things neuroscience on our Community page | facebook.com/groups/PDXneuroscience/
Find us on Instagram | instagram.com/pdxbrains
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Join Neuroscience Club members and alumni as an NW Noggin volunteer! | nwnoggin.org
Thomas Madison - Vice President / interim President
Alex Kunz - Secretary
Michael Chapek - Club Liaison
Bekah Hough - Events Outreach Coordinator
Andrea Anaya - Treasurer
Ava Krueger - Graphic Designer
Justin Taylor - General Officer
Cody Prouty - General Officer
Jessica Trigueiro - Officer
We are a diverse group of people united by a curiosity about how a brain inspires behavior, cognition, and reality. Our educational backgrounds vary greatly and we find this to be a splendid property of our club– there are no prerequisites required to appreciate the wonders that the field of neuroscience explores.
We are officially based at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. Our events have the utmost priority of educating our community about neuroscience, including (but certainly not limited to) aspects of mental health, diversity, and how to become involved in the fascinating field of neuroscience. All are welcome to attend our events!
Our club is known for:
* Research in Review, a hybrid science outreach/education effort and public journal club. We compare primary neuroscience research articles to popular media sources and discuss the findings and interpretations of the research as a group.
* Full funding for student tickets to the annual OHSU Brain Awareness Lecture Series.
* Promoting awareness of brain injury and mental health through events highlighting both psychological and biological perspectives.
* Advocating for greater access to neuroscience education for students and public.
Student Organization- SALP
If you are a new group, you will be given a Portland State e-mail for your organization. This is the primary e-mail for your group.
If your group has a selective membership process, please describe it here.
Section 1. Official membership in this organization is open to all PSU students registered for at least one credit.
Section 2. Any Portland State University student wishing to become a member may do so by applying through OrgSync.
Section 3. Any member may maintain their status within the organization as long as they are a student meeting the criteria and wish to remain a member.