The SfN Neurobloggers for 2010 are…

October 26, 2010

The Society for Neuroscience has announced the bloggers which have been selected for official recognition and promotion during the 2010 Annual Meeting to be held in San Diego (Nov 13-17).

Theme A: Development
www.functionalneurogenesis.com/blog/
(Twitter @jsnsndr)
http://geneticexpressions.wordpress.com/
(Twitter @geneticexpns)

Theme B: Neural Excitability, Synapses, Glia: Cellular Mechanisms
www.hillaryblakeley.net
(Twitter @hillaryjoy)
http://qscience.wordpress.com/
(Q[science]ultd)

Theme C: Disorders of the Nervous System

http://fresheyes-neuroscience.tumblr.com
(alc2145)
http://houseofmind.tumblr.com
(Twitter @houseofmind)

Theme D: Sensory and Motor Systems
http://blog.pascallisch.net/
(Twitter @Pascallisch)
http://neuromusings.com
(The Neuro Dilettante – Twitter @neurodilettante)
www.davidderiso.com
(Twitter @davederiso)

Theme E: Homeostatic and Neuroendocrine Systems
www.dormivigilia.com
(Twitter @Beastlyvaulter)

Theme F: Cognition and Behavior
http://neurosci.tumblr.com
(Twitter @aechase)
http://neuroblog.stanford.edu
(Twitter @stanfordneuro)

Theme H: History, Teaching, Public Awareness, and Societal Impacts in Neuroscience
http://khawaja-sfn2010.blogspot.com
(Twitter @thekhawaja)

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No Responses Yet to “The SfN Neurobloggers for 2010 are…”

  1. Dr Becca Says:

    Could they not have waited for the bloggers to actually, um, HAVE A BLOG before making the announcement? Looking at you, geneticexpressions!

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  2. drugmonkey Says:

    it is not impossible that the SfN bloggers have started new blogs for this purpose but have prior blogs, maybe even under pseuds, Dr. Becca.

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  3. Namnezia Says:

    Strange choices – others seem to have one or no posts in them as well.

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  4. Dr Becca Says:

    I understand that, DM, and I know that was definitely the case last year. Regardless, I’d hope that for legitimacy’s sake at the very least, bloggers should have a “hey, I’m so-and-so, and will be blogging about The Meh this year at SfN.”

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  5. Odyssey Says:

    Have a look at House of Mind. But make sure you have Tylenol handy first… Can we unleash CPP upon them?

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  6. Jason Says:

    FYI I’ve got a working list of known and presumed (e.g. DM) SFN neurobloggers:

    http://www.functionalneurogenesis.com/blog/2010/10/sfn2010-neuroblogging-list/

    Readers here may be more in tune with who will be unofficially blogging at/about the meeting so let me know if I’m missing anyone…

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  7. Have a look at House of Mind.

    Jeezus motherfucke! That fucken design is almost as horrifying as fucken SpaceCubeTime Lab.

    More importantly, however, there are nearly 20,000 scientific presentations at the meeting, and they only appointed thirteen motherfucken bloggers???? What the fucke are these dipshittes thinking????

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