Why Neuroscience

Not sure where your Neuroscience degree is taking you? Not sure if you want a Neuroscience degree in the first place? Come to Why Neuroscience and hear what our profs have to say! Find out how they ended up where they are today and what they’re actually working on. Last year’s speakers will include Dr. Ed Ruthazer who studies the development of topographic maps in the brain with a special focus on the influence of neural activity and early experience on the morphology and connectivity of neurons, and
Dr. Artur Kania who studies axon guidance, the migration of cell bodies, apoptosis, and electrical activity during embryonic development.

The event date will be announced this winter

Why Neuroscience Poster