CNS Trainee Association (CNSTA)

The Cognitive Neuroscience Society Trainee Association (CNSTA) exists to represent the student and post doc affiliates of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) and serve in an advisory capacity to the CNS Executive Committee.

Mission Statement

CNSTA Constitution

Officers

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Mission Statement

The CNSTA exists to represent the student and post doc affiliates of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) and serve in an advisory capacity to the CNS Executive Committee. As such, the CNSTA is committed to:

  • Promoting and advancing the interests of scientific research done by students and post docs.
  • Enhancing the professional development of its student members through opportunities for collaboration and networking.
  • To foster student and post doc unity.
  • To develop and organize events, projects, and subcommittees with the goal of benefiting the student and post doc members of CNS.

The Constitution of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Trainee Association

(ratified March 22, 2005)

CNSTA Constitution


Officers

The current CNSSA Committee

CNS Trainee Association (CNSTA)

  • Sarah Kark, Boston College, President
  • Audreyana Jagger, Southern Illinois University ,  Vice President
  • Alexandra (Lesya) Gaynor, CUNY Graduate Center
  • Jacob Westerberg, Vanderbilt University
  • Marty Fiati, Anglia Ruskin University
  • Merage Ghane, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
  • Samantha Cohen, CUNY Graduate Center

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