Shazeda Khan Appointed New Editor of Brain Bloggerby Shazeda Khan, MS (c) | February 18, 2007
To our readers: As a new editor and as an activist for public awareness, I shall be promoting knowledge in this field to its fullest extent for all to enjoy.
Currently, I am studying psychology at Baruch College in New York City. Psychology has long been an area of passionate intrigue for me; with its palette of varying concepts it piqued my curiosity last year. As a result it sparked an unquenchable desire to learn more about this area and the developing field of neuroscience, weighing with particular emphasis on the latter.
In addition, I shall be reviewing blogger contributions dealing in the areas of neuroscience, psychiatry and neurology from a biological, psychological and sociological perspective. As well as generating thought on the latest news within psychology that has been brought to light.
I look forward to our discussions and the eminent success of this blog.
[Former] Editor, Brain Blogger
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