About Us

What is NSA?
Neuroscience Student Association (NSA) is an organization dedicated to providing its members with academic, service and social activities in neuroscience and its related fields. Through these venues we hope to share our love for neuroscience and expand the networking and career opportunities for the success of our members.
NSA can help you with your undergraduate studies by providing:
   • mentorship by experienced NSA members
   • guest speakers from a variety of neuroscience-related professions
   • information about research and internship opportunities
   • access to our thorough list of neuroscience research opportunities both on- and off-campus
   • free practice graduate school tests from Kaplan
   • and more!
NSA volunteers with many organizations committed to helping those with brain-related disorders, such as:
   • Alzheimer’s Association
   • American Heart Association
   • Epilepsy Foundation
   • National Brain Tumor Society
   • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
   • United Cerebral Palsy
Join NSA to have fun and network with fellow neuroscience enthusiasts! Past social events include game nights, movie nights and field trips to science exhibits. Don’t miss out!

Our Links:

     Bookmark this site!
     UTD BBS Events
     UTD Home Page / eLearning
     BBS - Neuroscience BS Program
     Health Professions Advising Center (HPAC)
     Society for Neuroscience
     UNICEF at UTD

Contact NSA:

     To email NSA:  utdnsa@gmail.com
     To contact an officer:  Officers Page
     To join on Facebook:  UTD NSA
     To join on OrgSync:  UTD NSA OrgSync


We would love to hear any comments, feedback, or suggestions you have. Let us know what kind of job we are doing!