Neuronline Spotlight: Resources for an Evolving Training Landscape
Whether you’re a student, postdoc, faculty member, or department head, you can find relevant training resources on Neuronline. Explore the following tools to help you adapt to evolving technologies, career opportunities, and challenges in the field.
Webcast: Developing a 21st Century Neuroscience Workforce
Discover strategies that will help neuroscience programs prepare trainees to succeed by promoting transdisciplinary science, professional development opportunities, and efforts to include more underrepresented groups.
Webcast: Training at the Intersection of Neuroscience and Different Disciplines
Explore the goals, benefits, logistics, and other considerations of dual-degree programs in neuroscience and law, public policy, and engineering. This webcast is designed for both students and faculty. Students interested in a dual-degree program can hear about potential job prospects, while faculty can learn about how to integrate different disciplines into coursework and their administrative structures.
Interview: What It’s Like to Do Interdisciplinary Neuroscience
Cate Hartley, an assistant professor of psychology at New York University’s Institute for the Study of Decision-Making, shares what sparked her focus on interdisciplinary neuroscience from the earliest days of her training and how her multifaceted research approach impacted her career trajectory and lab management style. Hartley also shares advice to help neuroscientists become more familiar and comfortable with conducting research across multiple disciplines.