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Resource:NeuroNetwork

Name: Resource:NeuroNetwork
Description: Professional networking site dedicated to those working, studying, or simply interested in the science of the brain. Those with personal and professional interests in neuroscience, neurology, psychology, and all related areas -- those studying neural activities in invertebrates up to the human brain, including brain-like systems and networks are welcome. The NeuroNetwork was built to allow students and researchers to find and interact with each other in a professional environment. You may create searchable profiles with your research interests; start a blog; upload poster presentations and videos; post and search job listings; form a virtual "group" based on your interests, geographical location, etc.; and view, post, and RSVP to upcoming meetings. And don't just create a profile for yourself -- create one for your organization, institute, society, or even your lab as well.
Other Name(s): The NeuroNetwork, NeuroNetwork - a professional network dedicated to the study of the brain
Abbreviation: NeuroNetwork
Parent Organization: Springer
Resource Type(s): Community building portal, Blog, Job resource, Video
Resource: Resource
URL: http://theneuronetwork.com/
*Id: nlx_144302
Keywords: Brain, Neuroscience, Neurology, Psychology, Image, Poster, Event, Meeting
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DefiningCitationhttp://theneuronetwork.com/  +
DefinitionProfessional networking site dedicated to Professional networking site dedicated to those working, studying, or simply interested in the science of the brain. Those with personal and professional interests in neuroscience, neurology, psychology, and all related areas -- those studying neural activities in invertebrates up to the human brain, including brain-like systems and networks are welcome. The NeuroNetwork was built to allow students and researchers to find and interact with each other in a professional environment. You may create searchable profiles with your research interests; start a blog; upload poster presentations and videos; post and search job listings; form a virtual "group" based on your interests, geographical location, etc.; and view, post, and RSVP to upcoming meetings. And don't just create a profile for yourself -- create one for your organization, institute, society, or even your lab as well. titute, society, or even your lab as well.
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Has roleCommunity building portal  +, Blog  +, Job resource  +, and Video  +
Idnlx_144302  +
Is part ofSpringer  +
KeywordsBrain  +, Neuroscience  +, Neurology  +, Psychology  +, Image  +, Poster  +, Event  +, and Meeting  +
LabelResource:NeuroNetwork  +
ModifiedDate27 March 2013  +
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SynonymThe NeuroNetwork  +, and NeuroNetwork - a professional network dedicated to the study of the brain  +