neuroscience


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the scientific study of the nervous system

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Nugent III, director of Neuroscience and Education divisions at Intific.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Congressman Chaka Fattah (PA-02) introduced legislation, the United States-Israel Global Neuroscience Partnership Act, which will advance opportunity for unprecedented collaboration between the United States and Israel in order to create groundbreaking progress in neuroscience.
Minimal Data Standards are a set of recommendations developed by NIF, the most comprehensive portal of available web-based resources in the field of neuroscience, to facilitate resource identification in published neuroscience articles.
RNsights may also be able to offer a free webinar if the neuroscience nurse subgroup grows enough.
In this edition of the AANN Core Curriculum for Neuroscience Nurses, the editors have created an invaluable resource for practicing neuroscience nurses.
During its first full year of operation, the Neuroscience Blueprint has acted to expand a number of existing resources and has established art infrastructure for the efficient development and implementation of new initiatives.
Explain that this line of research is called social neuroscience.
The research will be carried out mainly by BioArctic Neuroscience and Prof.
Louis, which funds research in neuroscience and cognition.
He has served as editor of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience since its inception in 1989 and is editor-in-chief of The Cognitive Neurosciences (1995, MIT Press), a 1,447-page, 92-chapter foray into current knowledge about how brains make minds.
The Ethics of Addiction Neuroscience Research and Treatment" to their offering.
The architect of the Fattah Neuroscience Initiative will discuss his efforts to elevate brain research as a priority in Congress
How then, as neuroscience nurses, do we play a role in assuring that these resources are best used for our patients and their unique needs and are "spent" wisely?
An interdisciplinary title, "Computational Intelligence & Neuroscience" is targeted to neuroscientists, cognitive scientists, engineers, psychologists, physicists and computer scientists and is designed to offer content that "bridges the gap" between neuroscience, engineering and artificial intelligence.
Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB) research embodies the true meaning of a "translational model" of neuroscience wherein breakthroughs in basic neuroscience are delivered to the clinic and require an agent delivery strategy and/or the ability to target specific areas of the brain.