The April 22 Atlanta March for Science was a movement near and dear to the Neuroscience and B&B community’s heart, with many of our own participating.
Faculty, staff, and students from B&B and Neuroscience teamed up with the Neuroscience Graduate Student Association (NGSA) to make signs and march.
To keep the momentum and march on,… more »
Where we grow up matters. Not only where, but also when, and in what circumstances. Those influences on how we turn out are intuitively easy to imagine. Taken together, those environmental factors constitute an organism’s “niche”. The Pallas Lab, under the leadership of Dr. Sarah Pallas, is embarking on a four-year and $1M study that… more »
Jenna M. Harris (Neuroscience/Psych major) in the Cox lab, has been selected for two prestigious honors from the Genetics Society of America (GSA) for her undergraduate research on Drosophila.
Jenna was selected for the Victoria Finnerty Undergraduate Travel Award sponsored by GSA, and is 1 of only 6 undergraduates selected for the special session “Spotlight on… more »
Neuroscience Institute’s own Dr. Anne Murphy received a five-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to investigate pain management therapies for people aged 65 or older.
The late Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick, and actress Bette Davis agree: old age demands some toughness; it “isn’t for sissies”. Among other reasons is this: “Pain… more »
Don Berkich, President of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy has just announced that the organization’s executive board has selected Andrea Scarantino for the 2017 Herbert A. Simon Award for Outstanding Research in Computing and Philosophy. This award specifically recognizes scholars at an early stage of their academic career whose research is likely to… more »
Dan Cox and his collaborators discovered that fruit flies have cold-sensing neurons that drive potentially life-saving behavior. “So what?” do you say, “Who cares if flies save themselves from frost-bite?” As it turns out, this is a really important discovery. The neurons the team looked at use an evolutionarily conserved ion channel to… more »