The St. Louis Neuroscience Outreach Interest Group (STLNOIG) discusses science outreach as it relates to brain development, function and disease.

Explore the archives below.

STLNOIG 2022 Fall Schedule

October 13, 2022

​Lars Klüver (Danish Board of Technology)

“Responsible Research and Innovation – engaging citizens and other actors in finding the acceptable path for neuroscience and innovation”

August 24, 2022

Bob Grant (The Scientist)

“Research and science journalism in a time of misinformation”

STLNOIG 2022 Spring Schedule

April 28, 2022

Mark McDaniel (WashU Psychological & Brain Sciences)
Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences
Director of the Center for Integrative Research on Cognition, Learning, and Education

“Make Learning Stick: Techniques to Improve Learning in STEM”

STLNOIG 2021 Schedule

February 24, 2021

Will Ross (WashU Medicine)

“Empowering the Next Generation of Leaders in Neuroscience: A Roundtable on WUSTL Neuroscience Partnering with the Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience”

Learn more about the Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience (CSMB)

Dr. Ross’ slide presentation      

March 12, 2021

Eric Leuthardt, Albert Kim (WashU Neurosurgery)

“The Art and Science of Connections”

April 9, 2021

“YSP Neuroscience: Interactive Outreach from K-12.”
Young Scientist Program (YSP)- Neuroscience Teaching Team: Michael Fitzpatrick, Marlene Kanmogne and Jiwon Yi

“Proposal for Laboratory Job Opportunities for STL High School Students”
Harrison Gabel, Carlos Ponce, Jason Yi 

 “Virtual Brain Discovery: Neuroscience Outreach for 4th-6th graders”
Brain Discovery: Katie Lefton and Sabin Nettles

May 21, 2021

“WashU Neuroscience Outreach at the Saint Louis Science Center”
Jackson Colvett
 (Grad student, Psychology program; organizer, Amazing Brain Carnival (ABC))

“Collaborative Public Outreach at the Saint Louis Science Center”
Ruth ​Watt
 (Manager of STEM Events (SEE) – Saint Louis Science Center)

December 2, 2021 – 2:00p

Jayatri Das (Franklin Institute)

“Turning the brain into Your Brain… and other stories of neuroscience outreach”

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