We are the Tulane University Neuroscience Association. Our goal is to celebrate neuroscience in all of its forms. We strive to expose the public and our peers to the study of the brain, and to create a community for Tulane University students interested in neuroscience. You do not need to be a neuroscience major in order to join our club or attend our events - we welcome everyone with an interest in the brain!
Meetings are held throughout the semester and a variety of service and community outreach opportunities are available to members and non-members alike. Purchase of a membership for $10 funds these events and scores you an awesome TUNA shirt!
The 2014-15 Edition of the TUNA Synapse is now available for online viewing!
>> Click here to get your very own digital copy!
• Brain Awareness Week activities sponsored by TUNA took place March 16-21, 2015.
• Outreach Event Saturday, March 21, 2015
913 Napoleon Ave. from 2 - 5pm
The Greater New Orleans Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience sponsored activities on "Your Sensational Brain" at the Children's Resource Center at 913 Napoleon Avenue on Saturday March 21, 2015 from 2-5pm. The program was free and targeted children 5-12 years old. Volunteers from the Neuroscience Programs at the LSU Health Sciences Center and Tulane University shared fun, interesting facts about the brain in an interactive manner in honor of Brain Awareness Week.
• Check it out: Our Outreach Event at the Children's Center 2013 made it into the press! Click here to read The Advocate's article on the 2013 exhibit.