Photograph of Jennifer Brummet.

Jennifer Brummet

  • Government and Policy Relations Associate
  • Society for Neuroscience

Jennifer Brummet was the Government and Policy Relations Associate in the Advocacy, Outreach and Training Department at the Society for Neuroscience. Before coming to SfN, Jennifer studied neuroscience at Michigan State University, where she also taught undergraduate neuroscience courses and participated in public outreach activities.

Articles by Jennifer Brummet

U.S. lawmakers and research advocates recently attended a Capitol Hill briefing titled "Pain Research: On the Verge of a Breakthrough", featuring Allan Basbaum, professor at University of California, San Francisco.
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Opioids have become a topic of great interest on Capitol Hill as addiction and overdose rates continue to increase across the country.
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Studying the neural functions underlying movement in monkeys is leading to amazing new technologies that may give paralyzed people the ability to move again.
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Nonhuman primate research is opening up new avenues of attack against the devastating neurodegenerative disorder Huntington’s disease.
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NIH-funded scientists discussed the current state of Alzheimer’s disease research and the importance of increased funding.
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On March 23, 2016, lawmakers and research advocates gathered for a briefing about the importance of basic research to find treatments for diseases.
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