Welcome to NeuroID

NeuroID is a program designed to increase diversity in Neuroscience by providing opportunities to undergraduate students interested in this area and enhance their scientific knowledge, research capability and social responsibility.

Research

We provide a comprehensive research experience during the last two years of the bachelor’s degree at one of the mentors’ laboratories.

Academia

Professors in Neuroscience will have the opportunity to participate in seminars, workshops and selected courses to enhance their knowledge in Neurobiology, and understanding of a research career.

Community Outreach

In addition to the academic and research program, students will be exposed to a series of extracurricular activities in which they will use their acquired scientific knowledge for the benefit of his or her community.

 

BP-ENDURE SUMMER VIRTUAL SEMINARS 2020

Summer time is here and with new ideas to increase your knowledge in Neuroscience. 

NeuroID Program with the collaboration of other universities and organizations, brings this summer 2020 a special seminar series that will be offered weekly, for nine weeks in a row (from June 3, 2020 – July 31,2020). These seminars will be featuring neuroscientists from our institutional network that are going to share a variety of topics from their investigations with our students and community.

We invite you to JOIN IN every Wednesday at 17:00 (AST)

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Next Virtual Seminar:
Today, Wednesday, August  5, 2020 

TitleFrom Bench to Press: Tips for Navigating your Scientific Career and the Publishing Process 

Speaker:
Yomayra Guzmán, PhD
Associate Editor
Communications Biology
Nature Research Journal

 

 

Graduate Student from Neuro-ID’s Class 2018-2020, collaborated on Blog: Neurodegenerative Diseases

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(Spanish Version only)

“Para presentar la realidad de las enfermedades neurodegenerativas, estudiantes subgraduados de la Facultad de Ciencias Naturales crearon una serie de blogs sobre el Alzheimer, Parkinson, Esclerosis múltiple, Esclerosis lateral amiotrófica, la enfermedad de Huntington, y las Ataxias cerebelosas.”

Read entire article here.

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