Interested to join a journal club or advertise the one you organize? The Office of Neuroscience Research hosts web pages and highlights journal clubs and discussion groups for the Neuroscience Community.
Note that scheduled meetings for these groups also are posted on the ONR Calendar.
- To inquire about a webpage for your group or to highlight your current webpage, contact us.
- For a comprehensive list of journal clubs and discussion groups of interest, click here.
Discussing WIPs and recent papers in aging biology and age-associated disease
Behavior Journal Club
Discussing recent papers in behavioral neuroscience with a focus on circuit dissection, new behavioral assays, and model characterization
Hope Center Clocks & Sleep Club
Discussing recent advances in the study of biological timing and sleep
NEW! Cerebrovascular Research Community (CVRC) Seminar Series
Exploring the clinical, basic, and translational sciences in stroke research
Glia Journal Club
Discussing landmark and recent papers about glial biology
Growing Up In Science
Modeled on the global series which is dedicated to sharing the personal narratives of scientists
Data blitz meetings of MIND: Microbiome, Immunology, Neuroscience Discussions
Neural Circuits Club
The Neural Circuits Club aims to grow and support the local community of neuroscientists focused on studying neural circuits.
Rapid Antidepressants Journal Club
Exploring the neurobiological mechanisms of ketamine, psychedelics, and other rapid antidepressants
SciComm Journal Club
Discussing the latest advances in science communication research, current trends in scientific output, and challenges scientists encounter in disseminating their work
St. Louis Neuroscience Outreach Interest Group (STLNOIG)
Discussing science outreach as it relates to brain development, function and disease
Synapse Journal Club
Explores recent publications in neuroscience and physiology with a focus on the neuronal synapse and its function.
Systems Journal Club
Discussing recent systems neuroscience papers, covering sensory, motor and cognitive issues