Career questions tagged neurobiology

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What are some career options for a neurobiology major who doesn't know what they want to do?

I have a degree in neurobiology. What types of careers can I do with that besides medical school and nursing? I am interested in learning more about medical writing as well and what a typical day to day looks like.

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What is the difference between Neuroscience and Neurobiology?

#neuroscience #neurobiology #biology #neuroscientist #neurobiologist #psychology #cognitivescience

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What are the possible careers for someone that receives a B.S. in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior?

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How to manage a double major, specifically in ecology and neurobiology?

As a senior high school student, I have two years of experience in ecology research. Having applied to 15 universities, I have targeted schools with cutting-edge research in ecology and neurobiology and flexible degree plans. I would like a personal perspective on co-managing two majors. #ecology #neurobiology #neuroscience #medicine #neurology #neurosurgery

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Which American universities focus on nutrition in relation to neurobiology?

I am a senior high school student with a several year experience in ecological theory and ecological agriculture. My work has lead me to study how food impacts brain health and development. I already have several mentors, including a neurobiologist, and am looking for more perspectives. I have applied to 15 universities. #medicine #ecology #nutrition #neurobiology #biology #college #research

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As a woman hoping to enter the field of neuroscience, what are the best ways to combat the idea that cutting-edge STEM fields are better suited to men?

As a future psychologist, neuroscientist, and/or neurobiology researcher, I am concerned about the male-centric views surrounding STEM fields. As a feminist, though, I won't let this deter me. I am only wondering how other women studying and/or working in STEM, especially in psychology or neuroscience, deal with people/situations who try to challenge the increasing involvement of women in STEM. What are things that you can say to people, men or women, who ask why you chose STEM instead of a more "feminine" job? How do you inform people about the need for women in STEM? #psychology #biology #research #therapy #neuroscience #sexism #gender #neurobiology

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