You don’t have to work alone anymore – join us for the UCSD Neurosciences Graduate Program Social during SfN!
Monday, November 14, 2016
Parq – 615 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101
7-9 PM: Private Neuro Grad Program Event (students, faculty, staff, & alumni)
9PM – 1:30AM: Open party for SfN attendees (badge required)
For more information, visit the Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1790467721241447/
(For the lyrics, turn on CC!)
Hey Brainiacs! Thanks for watching this video. It’s a departure from our normal content, but we hope you enjoyed this totally-accurate-not-at-all-made-up glimpse into what it’s like to be a UCSD Neurosciences Graduate student. We’ll be back at it again with our normal videos in a couple of weeks.
Directed & produced by: Alie & Micah Caldwell
Written by: the UCSD Neurosciences Graduate Students
Filmed & edited by: Micah Caldwell
Choreography by: Ege Yalcinbas & Caroline Sferrazza
Dr. Tim Gentner
Dr. Gentry Patrick
Ethan McBride – trumpet, melodica, baritone
Micah Caldwell – mixing & mastering
Dr. Ashley Juavinett – production assistance
UCSD Neurosciences Graduate Program students and friends
Wilmer Del Cid
Special Thanks To:
The Daneman Lab (for letting us showcase their handprint wall)
The Bloodgood Lab (for providing many rigs for many shots)
The Torrey Pines Gliderport (for being picture-perfect, as usual)
Erin & Linh (for supporting our antics and planning the party)
Tim & Gentry (for playing along)
Dr. Brenda Bloodgood (for not being a mean PI, but playing one on TV)
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3 It adds new meaning to the song that was not intended or covered in the source material. This song details the trials and tribulations of a graduate student in the sciences, particularly neuroscience.
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