Neurobiology Interest Group
The NIH is home to a large neuroscience research community, including investigators based in NINDS, NIMH, NICHD, NIDCD, NEI, NIEHS, NIDCR, NIA, NIAAA, NIDA, NHGRI and NCI. The goal of the Neurobiology Interest Group is to promote interaction between Institutes and laboratories pursuing diverse approaches to the study of the nervous system. Areas of research interests include structural, molecular, cellular, developmental and systems neuroscience.
The Neurobiology Interest Group is a bimonthly seminar series organized by fellows and graduate students for fellows and graduate students. The seminar series is designed to provide a platform for fellows and senior graduate students from institutes and centers within the NIH to present well-developed research projects. These seminars will be similar to formal job talks and are a great opportunity to gain experience before going on the job market. Forty minute seminars will be followed by questions and an informal networking session.
Please click here for a list of upcoming seminars.
To request an opportunity to present in the seminar series, please send nominations via faculty members to the committee chairs. For more information, including abstracts, contact:
Steering Committee Chairs
Natalie Landeck, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Maria Yurkgel, Ph.D. (email@example.com)
Katherine Roche, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Steering committee members
Antoniya Aleksandrova (NINDS), Xiu-tang Cheng (NINDS), Gulzar Daya (NIA), Michael Duggan (NIA), Sarah Hill (NINDS), Cole Malloy (NICHD), Shovan Naskar (NIMH), Prithviraj Rajebhosale (NINDS), Yiming Shen (NIAAA), Bo-Mi Song (NICHD), Nai-Wen Tien (NINDS)
To join the Neurobiology Interest Group mailing list, please visit the Neurobiology Interest Group Listserv home page, then click the “Subscribe or Unsubscribe” link in the right sidebar.
- Katherine Roche, Ph.D., NINDS
Scientific Focus Areas
View SIGs in Developmental Biology
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
View SIGs in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Learn more about Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in the IRP
This page was last updated on Tuesday, September 20, 2022