Activity Organizers: Ms. Wendel and Dr. Murthy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com Dates: Thursdays until the end of competition or toward the end of the school year Location: 314 Neuroscience Club is an opportunity for students to learn about the nervous system in all its aspects: how it is structured, how it develops, how it malfunctions, and how it can be changed. Students will be able to compete in the Regional Brain Bee competition in January in Stanford or Hayward. The winner of Regional Brain Bee will have the opportunity to compete in the national competition in March in Washington D.C. The student-led club provides ample opportunities including development of leadership skills, listening to outside speakers, volunteer opportunities, connecting members with local biotech companies and labs, and learning amazing research within the field. To learn more, check out our website: basisneuroclub.weebly.com. Whether you’re knowledgeable about the workings of the brain, or know little but are interested in learning, we welcome all students (8th grade and up) to Neuroscience Club. Meetings are weekly on Thursdays until January 2017. After January, meetings will occur once per month, and advisors will inform members of revised meeting schedule.