The aim of this society is to unite students who share an interest in Neuroscience. We work closely alongside the Neuroscience department of King's College London as well as other Neuroscience societies around London.
Our activities include talks from world class professionals on topics such as neuropsychopharmacology, neuroimaging, neurodevelopment and mental illnesses. We also host social events and careers days to encourage discussion between students from different backgrounds. These different backgrounds allow us to share study techniques, career prospects, internship options and laboratory research experiences.
Meet the team
Hello :) my name is Jubilent. I am a medical student entering my penultimate year, and am interested in neuroradiology. I also find fascinating - as many people do - the role of the neurosciences in understanding the workings of the mind, and the influence of music, meditation and psychedelics on our psyche..! Outside medicine, I am a keen violinist and enjoy practising muscle-ups and handstands (though I can’t yet perform the latter!).
Hello everyone, I am Rita, 3rd year Neuroscience student and VP at KCL Neuroscience Society.
As part of my role in the NeuroSoc committee, I would like to continue with the organisation of a mentorship scheme for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in Neuroscience research.
Apart from my passion for Neuroscience, I love drawing, swimming and cycling around London!
I am a Neuroscience student with a primary interest in neurodegenerative research, particularly Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
Brain-related interests aside , I enjoy comic books( DC for the win) and fantasy novels , and am trained in Muay Thai. I also like learning new languages, coding, volunteering, teaching debating and most of all, annoying my cat Mika.
Hey! I'm Maria, an intercalating medic with an interest in the overlap between Neuroscience and Psychiatry, and am super excited by the resurgence of research in psychedelics assisted therapies! During lockdown, swamped with an overwhelming amount of nothing to do, I've been making bread, cycling and "working" (read: watching netflix). A lover of everything ice cream related, you can find me making my own on the weekends.
Hi all. Super excited to start my role as Co-Editor for the Blog. Can't wait to put some amazing articles out. I'm also the Philosophy of Mind coordinator, hoping to invite philosophers and neuroscientist to complement the philosophy module for second years. Things about me: I'm 21 and balding - that's about it.
Looking forward to meeting you all at our events!
My name is Hannah, and I am a second year Neuroscience student.
I am currently very interested in neuro-imaging and monitoring the physical changes made to the brain during rehabilitation of stroke patients, and in general neuroplasticity caused by our lifestyle. I thoroughly enjoy creating new things whether it be a website or a cool poster! I love playing the piano and also enjoy long distance running
I’m Shuja the Events officer and a medical student currently intercalating in clinical neuroscience at UCL. Neuroscience has always been a broad discipline with an array of awesome sub-specialities. Some of my interests are in motor neurone disease and brain encephalopathy at birth. As for my plans for the future, that’s all in the air, but I’m leaning towards something neuro-related!
Hi! My name is Sophia and I am the Neuro-aid officer. I’m a 3rd year Neuroscience student and a favourite aspect of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. I enjoy volunteering for charities and am excited to take on the challenge of organising fundraising events. Some of the things I like to do in my spare time are dance, playing badminton and cooking. Please get in touch, if you have any fundraising ideas.
Nye Rhys Potter
Hi everyone. :) I am a currently PhD student interested in how neurological disorders and drugs affect conscious perception. When I'm not doing neuroscience, thinking about neuroscience, or ranting about neuroscience at the pub you can probably find me either climbing or tinkering with my old motorbike