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Welcome to the subject research guide for Neuroscience!
This guide will assist you in conducting research and in using the Wellesley College Library resources and services effectively. Use the tabs above to start exploring the variety of tools and resources to assist you with your research.
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List of Professional Organizations
Society for Neuroscience
Founded in 1969, the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) now has more than 36,000 members in more than 95 countries. Year-round programming includes the publishing of two highly regarded scientific journals, JNeurosci and eNeuro; professional development resources and career training through Neuronline¸ the Society’s home for learning and discussion; science advocacy and public policy engagement including annual Capitol Hill Day; and a variety of engaging public outreach efforts, led by the expanding and interactive collection of public-facing resources on BrainFacts.org.
Women in Neuroscience (Society for Neuroscience)
We advance and empower women in the field through resources, networking events, professional opportunities, and awards. SfN also provides the field with education to increase awareness for implicit bias.
American Society for Neurochemistry
The American Society for Neurochemistry's seeks to advance and promote cellular and molecular neuroscience knowledge and to advance, promote, support, encourage and facilitate communication among investigators in neurochemistry and related neurosciences.
Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (APA)
The Society for Clinical Neuropsychology provides a scientific and professional forum for individuals interested in the study of the relationships between the brain and human behavior.
Student Library Research Awards
2021 submissions are open!
These awards were created to reward students who take the time to develop a thoughtful, methodical, and scholarly approach to the research needed for their papers and projects, as well as to encourage students to develop good research techniques.
Find out more at the Student Library Research Awards site