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Join the Cambridge Neuroscience community!
Why join Cambridge Neuroscience?
>800 current members
Keep up to date with Neuroscience research in Cambridge
Publicise your research, events, grants and awards
Invitations to talks, seminars and events
Public engagement opportunities
Invitations to interact with Industry and Policy professionals
Social events through CamBRAIN
Network with PostDocs through PNN
Personal research profile with linked news items
Searchable directory – assist with research collaborations
>10,000 website visitors per week
26.4K Twitter followers
If you are engaged in neuroscience related research at the University of Cambridge then you are invited to join the Cambridge Neuroscience community. Simply submit a profile on our website - you will then receive our monthly e.bulletin updating you on community news with invitations to forthcoming neuroscience talks, seminars, workshops and events. Your research profile will be visible on our website, which receives over 10,000 visitors per week and contains a searchable directory of all members to assist with research collaborations.
Cambridge Neuroscience is a designated Interdisciplinary Research Centre within the University of Cambridge. We support collaboration between experts in the diverse and related fields of neuroscience and promote neuroscience research taking place in Cambridge. A 2014 RAND bibliometric report on Cambridge neuroscience suggested “that research performance has continuously been high, and substantially above world averages. The benchmarking results clearly indicate that Cambridge Neuroscience has reinforced its position as one of the leading institutions in the UK working in the area of neuroscience”. Our Cambridge Neuroscience research community currently consists of 792 scientists (including 308 Principal Investigators), all of whom are whom are actively engaged in neuroscience research and working at University of Cambridge and affiliated Institutes.
In order to qualify to join our community you should be:
1. Actively engaged in neuroscience research (graduate student level and above)
2. Affiliated with the University of Cambridge.
It is a simple and quick process to become a member. Simply visit our homepage and click on the join button (top right hand side) and enter your profile information. http://www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/
Posted on 21/10/2015
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