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Former Manchester faculty member returns with advice: How to become a scientist in psychology and neuroscience

Ashleigh MaxceyDr. Ashleigh Maxcey, who taught at Manchester University for five years, is returning to offer an interactive talk based on her career advice book, From Start to Finish: A practical guide to becoming a scientist in psychology and neuroscience, co-authored with Geoff Woodman.

The talk is 6:30 p.m. April 23 in Room 101 of the Academic Center on the North Manchester campus. The presentation is free and open to the public.

MU students and others are encouraged to bring career-related questions for a Q&A.

Learn more about Maxcey and the book at ashleighmaxcey.com and on her co-hosted podcast brainbiospodcast.com.

Maxcey is currently teaching at The Ohio State University and will move into a faculty position at Vanderbilt University in fall 2019.

She received her bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in 2004 and doctorate from the University of Iowa in 2009. She taught for two years at Ohio State’s Marion campus, then five at Manchester and one at Tennessee State University.

About Manchester University
Manchester University, with campuses in North Manchester and Fort Wayne, Ind., offers more than 70 areas of academic study to nearly 1,600 students in undergraduate programs, a Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics, a Master of Athletic Training a four-year professional Doctor of Pharmacy and a four-year dual degree in pharmacy and pharmacogenomics. Learn more about the private, northern Indiana school at www.manchester.edu . 

For the media
Marcie Coulter-Kern, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Manchester , can be reached at mlcoulter-kern@manchester.edu.

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Manchester University respects the infinite worth of every individual and graduates persons of ability and conviction who draw upon their education and faith to lead principled, productive, and compassionate lives that improve the human condition. 

March 2019