Join us on the South Oval on August 30th to learn about the 6 pillars of brain health and mingle with fellow students! We hope to see you there!
The next Monthly Mojo will be next Wednesday, April 17th, at 6:00pm in Townshend 247. This month we are featuring Dr. Yang, a 4th year internal medicine and pediatrics resident at OSU and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Dr. Yang holds a BS in electrical engineering from UCLA, an MS in civil engineering from UC Berkeley, and an MD from Brown University. He formerly worked in the San Francisco Bay Area developing travel time prediction software for the California Department of Transportation and speech recognition systems for Fortune 500 companies. He made the transition to medicine after observing skilled physicians caring for his young children. Upon completion of residency, Sam will be pursuing a fellowship in clinical informatics, helping to design technology tools to improve medical delivery.
Come and learn more about Sam’s journey and discover some more non-conventional paths to medical school! This is a great opportunity to stay involved in Nu Rho Psi while also meeting the academic event requirement for inductions. Snacks will be provided!
Come to our next Monthly Mojo tomorrow, September 26th, from 6:00-7:30 PM in Psych Room 10!
We will be having Dr. Bishop come and speak to us. Dr. Georgia Bishop has been involved in groundbreaking research involving synaptic plasticity in the cerebellum, and she is currently a professor and vice chair at Ohio State’s College of Medicine and Department of Neuroscience. Dr. Bishop also teaches Neuro 3050 and recently received the 2018 Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Applications for induction into the honorary are now open!
Requirements for induction into Nu Rho Psi Include: a major or minor in neuroscience, completion of 3 semesters in college, completion of at least 9 semester hours of neuroscience courses, a cumulative GPA of 3.2 and a minimum GPA of 3.5 in neuroscience courses, and active participation in Nu Rho Psi events or other work with organizations in the neuroscience department such as being a NeuroAmbassador. Remember, you don’t need to be a member of Nu Rho Psi to attend meetings. In fact, you can start getting involved now to aid in the consideration of your application!
This event will be held on the Oval on Friday, October 27th from 1-4PM. We will be throwing paint-filled balloons at a giant canvas and creating art with our stress. Invite your stressed-out friends!
Come join us for our Monthly Mojo on Tuesday, October 3rd, from 6:00 – 7:00 pm, in Townshend Hall Room 255. This month’s speaker is Dr. Jonathan Godbout, the Co-Director of the Neuroscience Graduate Program, a Professor of Neuroscience at OSU, as well as appointed faculty at the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research and Center for Brain and Spinal Cord Repair. Dr. Godbout’s lab examines the influence of age, psychological stress, and TBI on the relationship between the brain and the immune system. RSVP to Schneiderman.firstname.lastname@example.org by October 2nd at 8pm.