BRAINS Symposium

Broadening Representation of Academic Investigators in NeuroScience
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About Brains

An introduction to the BRAINS program

Broadening the Representation of Academic Investigators in NeuroScience (BRAINS), a program based at the University of Washington, is designed to accelerate and improve the career advancement of neuroscience postdoctoral scholars and assistant professors from underrepresented groups.

Participants will gain a stronger sense of career self-efficacy through a combination of symposia, peer networks, mentoring relationships, and career consultations over a two-year period. The long-term goal of BRAINS is to increase diversity in academic and scientific leadership in neuroscience-related fields.

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Announcements

A list of recent happenings related to BRAINS
  • BRAINS Reunion in San Diego
    BRAINS alumns come join us for a reunion at BiCE Restaurant on November 13th from 5:00 - 7:30 pm. Stop by any time.
  • BRAINS will be at SfN San Diego
    Stop by and see us at booth #4007 or at Poster 24.10SA.
  • BRAINS Program Renewed!
    The BRAINS Program has recently been renewed and received support from NINDS to continue the program for another five years!
  • BRAINS team has paper published in CBE-LSE
    The BRAINS team has a paper published in September 2016 issue of CBE LSE. The paper is titled “Learning to Thrive: Building Diverse Scientists’ Access to Community and Resources through the BRAINS Program.” Read more about it at lifescied.org.
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