The CTSN coordinates a number of events, seminars, and opportunities. To enroll in our mailing list, please email Becky Kinkead at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emory and non-Emory faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students whose research interests are not directly related to the biology of pro-social behavior or to clinical disorders in which disruption of social behavior is a core deficit, are eligible to apply for CTSN affiliate membership. CTSN affiliate members will be invited to participate in CTSN sponsored events including seminars, journal clubs, workshops, graduate level courses and special events. Affiliate members will be provided numerous opportunities for intellectual exchange and collaboration among a diverse community of researchers and clinicians. To apply, please send research descriptions and CV to Ingrid Budreckas at email@example.com.
At this time, only Emory faculty members are eligible to apply for CTSN faculty status. Research interests and funding should be directly related to the biology of pro-social behavior or to clinical disorders in which disruption of social behavior is a core deficit (e.g. Autism spectrum disorder and schizophrenia).
CTSN faculty members will be asked to be active participants in Center activities including CTSN-sponsored seminars and workshops, collaborating with others within the Center, participation in CTSN courses, and training CTSN-funded graduate students. CTSN faculty members are expected to include CTSN affiliation on CTSN-relevant manuscripts and presentations.
Benefits of CTSN faculty membership include:
To apply, please send research descriptions and CV to Ingrid Budreckas at firstname.lastname@example.org.