The NeuroNetwork is a multidimensional professional networking site dedicated to those working, studying, or simply interested in the science of the brain. We welcome 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.
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.
Members will also receive free access to selected journal articles and other goodies, and we'll be highlighting the latest and most exciting developments in the field.
What we are not. Please note that this is a professional site, and we take all reports of abuse, spam, impersonation, inappropriate behavior, and other disruption very seriously. We reserve the right to remove any content that we consider offensive, inflammatory, or irrelevant to the purposes of our site, as well as ban those who post such content. Please don't post material that is overly personal in nature, use the site to "publish" your results (informal discussion is welcome, but this is not a journal), or post material that does not fall within the editorial scope of the site. Such material will be removed. Whenever possible, we will alert you before we remove anything.
Please note that the NeuroNetwork is not a repository or archive, and article PDFs should not be shared on the Network.
We hope that you enjoy The NeuroNetwork, and feel free to send us suggestions for improvements and new functionalities that you would like to see implemented.
For information on how to use the site, please see our FAQ.
Last updated by Ann Avouris Apr 5, 2012.