F. Frank LeFever
flefever at ix.netcom.com
Sat Sep 19 10:34:32 EST 1998
Much depends on your present level of development, reading ability,
etc.--also, access to libraries, etc. For example, although few and
far between, when they appear the articles in _Scientific_American_ are
vey good introductions and reviews for nonspecialists. There are also
formal programs for mentoring and sponsoring young would-be scientists.
For example, the Junior Academy of The New York Academy of Sciences.
I must coonfess, that although I am active in Academy afffairs, I do
not know what opportunities it provides outside the New York City area;
it is, however, an international organization. It's magazine, _The
Sciences_ also has excellent articles, often on neurocience/neurology
topics. Check out its website: www.nyas.org
(Where are you? sg = Sverige? Sweden has eminent neuroscientists!)
F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D.
New York Neuropsychology Group
In <6tve8p$c21$1 at mango.singnet.com.sg> "Goodyboy"
<huren at mbox5.singnet.com.sg> writes:
>Does anyone know where a 13 year old student could learn neurology or
>neuroscience.I'm really interested in the nervous system and my
>to become a great neurologist one day
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