Emory Undergraduate Neuroscience Association

What is Emory Undergraduate Neuroscience Association (EUNA)?

The purpose/mission of the Emory Undergraduate Neuroscience Association (EUNA) shall be to foster excitement and curiosity about neuroscience in the Emory community by providing undergraduate students with opportunities to visit active laboratories, participate in lecture series and student panels, and network with other members of the Emory neuroscience community. EUNA will work closely with the Emory NBB department, Nu Rho Psi (the Neuroscience Honor Society), and other campus groups to plan and host a variety of programs that further the career aspirations and facilitate camaraderie for the Emory neuroscience-interested community.

If you would like to join the mailing list, or have any additional questions about getting involved please contact us at Emory.UNA@gmail.com.

Applications for the 2018-2019 executive board will be due by 11:59pm, Friday, August 31, 2018.

2018-2019 Executive Board:

President: Sarah Coolidge (sarah.jean.coolidge@emory.edu)
Advisor: Alan Weinstein (aweinst@emory.edu)

This Year's Events:

EUNA will be hosting student panels, faculty speakers, and open Q&A sessions throughout the course of the upcoming school year. Possible topics include: the neuroscience of happiness, the neuroscience of fear and anxiety, getting involved in laboratory/clinical work (partnered with Nu Rho Psi), neuroscience in the news, and many more!

Come visit our booth and get more information about getting involved during the student activities fair on Saturday, September 1, 2018!