For the support and advancement of women in science.
The idea behind WIL is to offer a forum in which students or post-docs doing scientific research in the broader field of Learning Theory, Behavior, Memory and Neuroscience can seek advice, support, and guidance on the advancement of female researchers from a notable female researcher who has already carved a path in the field.
To become a member, or learn more about the Pavlovian Society, please visit: pavlovian.org.
Women In Learning was founded by a graduate student and is run solely by a small group of students and postdoctoral fellows.
Moriel Zelikowsky, Ph.D.
Marieke R. Gilmartin, Ph.D.
Virginia Long, Ph.D.
Please contact us if you'd like to get involved!
As WIL is a young group, we are still looking for additional support and funding. Any donations or advice regarding funding options would be greatly appreciated!
Donations of $500 or more will be featured as sponsors on our site, with the largest donation being announced at the annual luncheon.
WIL invites anyone interested in supporting the advancement of women in science to become a member. Membership in WIL is free and lifelong, thus, we encourage donations from anyone able to make a contribution.
Special thanks to: Dr. Michael Fanselow, Dr. David Anderson, Dr. Fred Helmstetter, Dr. Carol Barnes, Dr. Jeffrey Wilson, Dr. Stephanie Bissiere, Dr. David L. Pomeranz, Daniel Zelikowsky and
Casey Fluster for their help and advice.