The Front Range Neuroscience Group (FRNG) is a local area
chapter of the National Society for Neuroscience (SfN). Our
membership is comprised of all individuals in the "Front
Range" with a strong interest in Neuroscience research.
This includes students and faculty at regional universities
(Colorado State University, Unilversity of Wyoming, University
of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Denver
and Health Sciences Center, University of Northern Colorado,
Denver University, and the University of Nebraska at Kearney) as well as other
research centers (Spinal Cord Society Research Center in
We host a local meeting annually in December, and we provide
opportunities for students to win travel fellowships to the
annual SfN meeting. For more information about FRNG, please
contact a member of the FRNG steering committee (Stuart
Tobet (CSU), Shane Hentges (CSU), Brett Fling (CSU), Serge Campeau (CU-Boulder), Mark Thomas (UNC), Travis Brown (Univ Wyoming), Kimberly Gorgens (DU), Sondra Bland (CU-Denver), John Thompson (CU-Denver Med), or Mark Basham (Regis U)) .
Cognitive Neuroscience (Teaching Focused) at CSU - Deadline 1/10/19