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Drew Schreiner
PhD candidate in the Gremel Lab at UCSD. Love behavioral neuroscience, science communication (writing at ), and my chinchilla
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Drew Schreiner 11h
Replying to @micah_psych
Therapist class - Proficient in: Insight, Perception, Investigation
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Drew Schreiner 11h
Replying to @tim_sainburg
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Drew Schreiner Aug 14
Replying to @NIAAAnews
Also, this went from not discussed to funded on resubmission, and I've previously applied for the NSF GRFP (twice) and DOD NDSEG. Persistence (and feedback from reviewers) pays off!
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Drew Schreiner Aug 14
Notice of award for my F31 NRSA from , excited to start this project!
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ashley juavinett Aug 12
If you’re a neuroscience researcher – or were at some point – I’d love to hear from you! Please take this survey to help capture the demographics of our field and trajectories through it: 🙏 (I rarely ask this, but please retweet!)
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Tim Sainburg Aug 12
Our paper "Parallels in the sequential organization of birdsong and human speech" is out today in with and !
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Drew Schreiner Jul 31
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storiesofWiN Jul 23
We’re live!! 🎉 Check out our first 6 profiles... more coming soon 👀
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Drew Schreiner Jul 18
Fascinating data obtained by about the rate of opioid prescriptions. They had to sue the DEA to get this data, and they've released it - turns out a free press is important
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Drew Schreiner Jul 16
"Hey lookat dis little shasta blue butterflies". This is my favorite youtube channel - man with old school Chicago accent talks botany and geology. Incredible
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Drew Schreiner Jul 16
These large-scale recordings continue to be super informative about some fundamental properties of computation, great work!
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Andy Peters Jul 16
"Striatal activity reflects cortical activity patterns" , , : activity in striatal domains is predicted by characteristic cortical activity patterns but is boosted during stimuli and movements after learning.
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storiesofWiN Jul 9
We started a project to highlight the stories of women neuroscientists from diverse backgrounds and at different career stages. We are launching soon!! Follow us, retweet us, help us spread the word!
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Drew Schreiner Jul 9
Curious if the paper you're reading has been supported/refuted by the literature?
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Drew Schreiner Jul 9
Replying to @sciteai
This is great, thank you!
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Drew Schreiner Jul 2
Beautiful work about how choice history affects evidence accumulation
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Drew Schreiner Jul 2
Replying to @jiwandeepkohli
Next step is to get meta with it and write and cross off "write-to-do-list"
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Drew Schreiner Jun 30
Replying to @Adam_Mares
Wondering why they didn't wait until next year? This loses about 15m in space for next summer
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Drew Schreiner Jun 27
Replying to @agarg @ecallaway
Awesome!
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Drew Schreiner Jun 24
Check out my poster today (#39) investigating how alcohol dependence induces persistent reward seeking and alters premotor cortical activity
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