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 »
Professor Sarah Brosnan published an essay entitled “A primatological perspective on evolution and morality” on the Center for Humans and Nature website. The essay was in response to a recent question series: “What can evolution tell us about morality?”
Morality is distinctly human, but how did it arise? In this essay, Brosnan uses a comparative approach… 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 prestigious 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… 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 »
An exciting collaboration of individuals and organizations made the night possible:
Emory University Psychology Department Georgia Tech Neural Engineering Center / GT Neuro Neuroscience Institute at GSU The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience The Center for Translational Social Neuroscience
Poster Award Winners: First Place – Jenna Harris, GSU Second Place – Alexandra Castillo-Ruiz, GSU Third Place… more »
We are excited to announce the Spring 2016 Potential Magazine is now out!
This issue features
Faculty & Student Spotlights An Op-Ed by Biology grad student Richard Campbell Cover Story exploring the Neuroscience Institute’s role in Community Education Upcoming Events (Including Retreat details & an upcoming professional development workshop)
GSU makes list of 10 Commuter Colleges that give you a world-class education. As if this article could get any better, Neuroscience’s own Mary Holder (Post Doc in Geert de Vries lab) and Krishna Mehta (Undergrad in the de Vries lab) are representing GSU well in the main picture.
This semester the Neuroscience Graduate Student Association (NGSA) organized a city-wide science education and community outreach competition volunteering approximately 120 hours thus far. Through local and national events/organizations such as the Atlanta Science Festival and the Brain Awareness Program, our graduate students have donated their… more »