The Neuroscience Committee plans to help other students seeking advancement into the neuroscience field through activities with a strong correlation to neuroscience topics. We hope to increase awareness about the neuroscience committee through fundraisers giving back to the community and participating in neuroscience-related competitions. The purpose of this committee is to learn more about the brain and apply it to real life situations to inspire the minds of young students, neuroscience careers, perform neuroscience-related volunteering, and gain insight into a future in neuroscience. If you ever have any questions, feel free to contact either of us via Facebook messenger or email us at email@example.com.
Meet The Team
Hello! My name is Nora. I'm mainly interested in computational neuroscience research and topics such as BCIs, learning, and mental health. In my spare time, I love to play tennis, read, play the ukelele, or browse Pinterest. In the future, I hope to become a computational neuroscience researcher to help restore lost motor function.
Hey! My name is Sriram Ayalavarapu and I’m on the Traditional Science track. I wanna be a neurosurgeon and am interested in medicine, NEUROSCIENCE, math, physics, comp sci, biology, LITERALLY ANYTHING math or science. Aside from subjects, I watch WAAAAYYYY too many Indian Movies (Basically any language tbh). Feel free to chat with me about anything!
Hello prospective neuroscientists! My name is Julia, and I will be one of your Neuroscience Society committee heads for this school year! I am currently on the traditional science track and hope to become a Pediatric Neurologist in the future. I also love playing piano, tutoring students, writing sonnets, and helping out the special needs community! I am also the president of Dull Roar, a HOPE GVS Committee Head, and badminton captain. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions!