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Neuroscience Student Organization

The Neuroscience Student Organization has existed at Vanderbilt University for almost 15 years, and the role of this organization continues to evolve. The purpose of the NSO is to improve the quality of life of the neuroscience graduate student. In the past the NSO has organized activities ranging from student socials, to community outreach, to preparing students for qualifying exams, to inviting outside speakers to give a seminar. The NSO is also designed to act as a liaison between faculty, administration, and students.

For minutes from past meetings, pleaseĀ click here. You will need to input your VUNet and password to access the documents

President

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Salma Omer

Delpire Lab
NSO President, 2018-2019


NSO Outreach

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Rachana Nitin

Bowman Lab
NSO Outreach Coordinator, 2018-2019


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Jacob Ruden

Dugan Lab
NSO Outreach Coordinator, 2018-2019


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Kellie M. Wilson

Winder Lab
NSO Outreach Coordinator, 2018-2019


Social

Curriculum

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Resh S Gupta

Vago Lab
NSO Curriculum Committee, 2018-2019


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Sierra Palumbos

Miller Lab
NSO Curriculum Committee, 2018-2019


Academic

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Bridget Collins

Sweatt Lab
NSO Academic Committee, 2018-2019


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Elizabeth (Lizzie) A. Flook

Blackford Lab
NSO Academic Committee, 2018-2019


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Jordyn M. Wilcox

Bowman Lab
NSO Academic Committee, 2018-2019


Retreat

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Tin Nguyen

Cutting Lab
NSO Retreat Chair, 2018-2019


VRN

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Francis Cambronero

Jefferson Lab
Vanderbilt Reviews Neuroscience Editor, 2018-2019


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Randall (Randy) M. Golovin

Broadie Lab
Vanderbilt Reviews Neuroscience Editor, 2018-2019


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Allyson P. Mallya

Deutch Lab
Vanderbilt Reviews Neuroscience Editor-in-Chief, 2018-2019