Welcome to the Official Website for the 
Co-SIGN at University of California, Irvine!
"The brain is a world consisting of a number of unexplored continents and great stretches of unknown territory." 
-Santiago Ramón y Cajal

2018 Winter Quarter Meeting Time and Location:
Meetings will be Held Every Other Wednesday from 6-7 p.m. in a Rowland Hall Room 190

Upcoming Meeting: 
January 24th, 2018: Guest Speaker - Dr. John Jay Gargus (Ph.D.)
Please join us for our meeting Wednesday January 24th at RH 190 from 6-7 p.m presenting Dr. John Jay Gargus! He is a professor of physiology & biophysics, professor of pediatrics, and director of Center for Autism Research & Translation (CART) at the School of Medicine; his research interest involves a functional genomics approach to ion channel candidate genes in common complex polygenic disease, and the molecular pathophysiology of inborn errors in signaling, placing a heavy reliance upon function.

Links to:
Facebook Page: College Student Interest Group in Neurology at UC Irvine
General FB Group Page: College Student Interest Group in Neurology (Co-SIGN)
2017-2018 FB Group Page: CoSIGN- College Student Interest Group in Neurology UCI 2017-2018
Twitter: @ucicosign
Instagram: ucicosign

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MISSION: Co-SIGN, which stands for College Student Interest Group in Neurology, aims to bring together interested students and introduce them to the exciting field of neuroscience. We aim to expose our members to not only the exciting research within the field through seminars and presentations, but also bring a more practical approach to their undergraduate careers through shadowing opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and research opportunities. As future professionals in the field of neuroscience, we also aim to increase the awareness of neurological diseases through community wide service events such as "A Walk to End Alzheimer's", "Brain Awareness Week" and "Relay for Life".

Co-SIGN was founded in 2005 as part of an undergraduate initiative by AAN (American Association of Neurologists). 

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