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AlandIsLeet
What does it take to become a neuroscientist and how do I find a patient?
Jakare
Neuroscientist is not a Neurologist and your most common patients as a Neuroscientist will be:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyHJxZB3pMs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLlIdEWco4M&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whiF-SPCocI...53BCA4F32385F79
and culture dishes of human cells:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyGuhuxlx4I
Eventually if is relevant to your experiments and is safe and ethical you could have human subjects but it will never be a doctor-patient relationship. Neuroscientists are scientists not doctors.

To become a Neuroscientist requires to study and finish a proper Neuroscience degree at a formal University, nothing more nothing less.
AlandIsLeet
Do you know any websites where I can download and get the supplies I need?
aethor
Haha, is this another breakdown resulted from an unhealthy combination of nootropics?
Jakare
QUOTE(AlandIsLeet @ Jul 22, 2012, 01:06 AM) *

Do you know any websites where I can download and get the supplies I need?

The equipment required depends upon the experiment you do wish to perform. By buying general lab supplies and equipment without plannification you will end with loads of rubish and a fairly lighter bank account.

I must say I am curious. What is on your mind? Have you got any knowledge about experimental design methodology? Whitout some basic rules an experiment can lead to bizarre and not accurate results. Has happened before and will happen again.

QUOTE(aethor @ Jul 22, 2012, 12:33 PM) *

Haha, is this another breakdown resulted from an unhealthy combination of nootropics?

I can assure you can find very singular people in the world that have never tried any nootropic at all.
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