Saidharshini Muthiah

Saidharshini

International Office

Saidharshini is a great asset to the International Office at PE with her excellent leadership skills and independent style of work. She has been one of the first team members of the International Office and does all her work with 100% ownership and dedication. Her professionalism and work ethic have been instrumental in setting up the department from scratch as she takes care of the recruitment of new members and looks out for new opportunities to establish PE's international relations. It is a pleasure to have her in the team. Sai is currently a medical student based out of Chennai, India.

Vishwa

Vishwa

Marketing

Vishwa is one of the greatest support and innovator of the Marketing department. She is smart, disciplined and witty! Her can-do attitude towards various projects in the Marketing Department have led us to ideate and launch some incredible campaigns. She is an absolute pleasure to work alongside owing to her friendliness and open-mindedness. Her leadership skills are excellent and key to many ideas we take on in the Marketing Department! Vishwa has recently completed her Bachelor's in Science with a Zoology major from Mumbai University.

Note from editor's desk

Susan Ajith

Designer of the edition

Aishwarya Deshpande

Aishwarya Deshpande

Welcome to the second volume of Neuroletter! As Project Encephalon celebrates one year since its inception, it gives me immense pride to present our new revamped Neuroletter.

In the past few months, we have worked towards designing a more user-friendly webpage to make neuroscience content further accessible. This is an important milestone as we step out of familiar zones and try our hands in diverse domains. In the current issue, interesting nuances from the evolution of neuroscience are discussed through an integration of science and art, using well-researched articles to comics and poetry. With this attempt, we bridge the gap from jargonized scientific content to interactive information for a wider audience. In essence, we are treading towards an interdisciplinary approach to learning neuroscience!

Susan Ajith.

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Previous Issue

Volume 1, Issue 5

01

Front cover, index, and back cover

Editorial team

02

A note from the editor

Madhuri Srinivasan

03

Diversity in neuroscience

Maalavika Govindarajan

04

The Mind Gala

Anushree Krishnamurthy

05

Neuronotes abstract: Changing the brain’s real estate

Aarushi Chitkara

06

Neuronotes abstract: The Neuroscience of Domestication

Bharathi Venkatachalam

07

Neuronotes abstract: Neuroscience and Technology- Optogenetics

Shreya Rao    

08

Newro

Rohan Nath

09

This quarter in neuroscience

Sumedha Sengupta

10

Translational Neuroscience

Harsh Srivastava

11

Sapiens in Neuroscience: Retrospective publication

Karina Bistrong & Gregory Youdan

12

Neuro crossword

Susan Ajith

13

Book Recommendation

Satwik Pasani and Madhuri Srinivasan

14

Volunteers of the Edition

Pranjal Garg

15

Neurocomic

Harsh Srivastava

Past Issues

Volume 1, Issue 1

Neuroletter Volume 1 Issue 3

Volume 1, Issue 2

Neuroletter Volume 1 Issue 2

Volume 1, Issue 3

Neuroletter Volume 1 Issue 1

Volume 1, Issue 4

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