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My science + writing blog
Investigating the Role of Hippocampus in Remote Memory Retrieval Monday, August 21, 2017 at 11:00am UC Davis Center for Neuroscience, Room 113 1544 Newton Court (Davis, CA / 95618) Q: What is a PhD Exit Seminar, exactly? A: It's literally the one last thing standing...
First, I'd like to start by saying this was written with first-time SfN-goers in mind, because I know the first time *I* attended SfN, I had no idea that the alphabet went past 26 characters until I walked through the poster aisles (CCC123.43), let alone where all the...
[originally posted on Authorea] *for the Reddit/Authorea/Winnower Contest Tied for 1/2nd place w/ "What Lady Gaga didn't have for lunch" ! I started a Twitter account in 2010, during my first year of graduate school, because I was told I needed to. Not by...