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How To Become A Neuroscientist
February 15, 2022

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, How To Become A Neuroscientist

February 15, 2022 - Issue #0038

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  • Quotes/Jokes: Neuroscience Jokes and Fun Quotes

  • Videos: 2-Minute Neuroscience - The Neuron

  • News & Advice: The Best Job In America Pays $145,000 And Has 14,000 Job Openings - And Offers A Generous Work-Life Balance

  • Blog Updates: Shaunik Sharma - Neuroscientist

  • Career Change News: 15 Free Online Classes From Harvard To Learn Something New

  • Ask the Editor: I want your questions!

  • Feedback: Love to hear from you on any subject.



1. Why didn’t the brain want to take a bath?

It didn’t want to be brainwashed.

2. If some of Fred Flintstone’s neurotransmitters could talk, what would they say?


3. Why was the neuron sent to the principal’s office?

It had trouble controlling its impulses.



“Any man could, if he were so inclined, be the sculptor of his own brain.”

~ Santiago Ramon y Cajal

“Oftentimes, those special brains, the ones that are capable of focusing more intently than others, do so at the expense of emotional maturity”

~ Dan Brown

“Vulnerability is the least celebrated emotion in our society”

~ Mohadesa Najumi




2-Minute Neuroscience - The Neuron

Ok, you got me on this one. I had to find something that could be a start to begin an understanding of neuroscience.

Neuroscientifically Challenged has put together a short video to help us begin the process of learning more about neuroscience. This session is about the Neuron.

We all have to get started somewhere and this video is a great beginning.


The video is 1:47 minutes long.

See the video on the explanation of a neuron


The Best Job In America Pays $145,000 And Has 14,000 Job Openings - And Offers A Generous Work-Life Balance

Here it is! No need to wait any longer - The best job in America.

Quentin Fottrell of has developed an article that describes the results of a report by Glassdoor of the 50 Best Jobs In America for 2022. Tech workers were at the top of the list with enterprise architects at No. 1.

It stated that its median base salary was $144,997 per year. And it had a satisfactory rating of 4.1 out of 5.0.

Work life balance was one of the key elements in people reevaluating their jobs.

See if you can find your next job in the list.

The Best Job In America

Of course, you can always contact us to learn more about opportunities to find a mentor or to become an entrepreneur and work wherever you wish as a mentor.


Shaunik Sharma - Neuroscientist

Shaunik Sharma is a Neuroscientist at Carver College of Medicine. His education includes a:

  • Bachelor of Science (Honors), Biological and Medical Science from the University of Liverpool
  • Master of Science, Pharmacology from Aston University
  • Master of Research, Clinical and Translational Pharmacology from University of Liverpool
  • PhD in Biomedical Science from Iowa State University

His work includes exploring disease biomarkers and neuroprotective mechanisms of drugs in Epilepsy.

In addition to research and mentoring, he teaches Anatomy to graduate students in the evenings. On weekends, he volunteers for different non-profit organizations. He conducts outreach programs to spread awareness about Epilepsy and teach people techniques on how to develop a strong mindset

Discover more about Shaunik here:

Our Neuroscientist article.


15 Free Online Classes From Harvard To Learn Something New

Here is the list. Pick your topic and learn more.

  1. Justice
  2. Masterpieces of World Literature
  3. Women Making History: 10 Objects, Many Stories
  4. Fundamentals of TinyML
  5. Backyard Meteorology: The Science of Weather
  6. Shakespeare’s Life and Work
  7. Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine To Soft Matter Science (physics)
  8. CitiesX: The Past, Present, and Future of Urban Life
  9. PredictionX: Omens, Oracles & Prophecies
  10. The Einstein Revolution
  11. The Health Effects of Climate Change
  12. Bioethics: The Law, Medicine, and Ethics of Reproductive Technologies and Genetics
  13. The Path To Happiness: What Chines Philosophy Teaches Us About the Good Life
  14. Citizen Politics in America: Public Opinion, Elections, Interest Groups, and the Media
  15. Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasive Writing and Public Speaking

Check out his article here.

15 Free Online Classes From Harvard


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