We are pleased to announce that our Graduate Brains & Behavior Fellow, Katherine (Katie) Partrick, has been awarded with not one, but TWO prestigious University fellowships this month! She, along with 10 other deserving doctoral students, have been awarded with a $2,000 Dissertation Grant. The purpose of the Dissertation Grant Program is to support the… more »
Vince Calhoun, one of the world’s foremost experts in brain imaging and analysis, has been named the founding director of the Center for Translational Research in Neuroimaging and Data Science (TReNDS) at Georgia State University.
TReNDS will be a tri-institutional effort supported by Georgia State, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, with a… more »
By the time she was 16 years old, Tanya Panwala knew she wanted to be a doctor. She wasn’t certain what her specialty would be, but she knew she wanted to be a doctor who fought back against the kind of systemic inequities that she witnessed during childhood trips to see family in Pakistan.
The Neuroscience Institute (NI) at Georgia State University was launched in 2008 and is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. Prominent among many key achievements of our first 10 years are the successful establishment of both a PhD and BS degree in Neuroscience. We now have over 50 graduate and 400 undergraduate students, and faculty participation across… more »
On his Podcast, Neuroscience’s own Greg Suess hosts local Atlanta artist Karl Kroeppler where they discuss Karl’s career in art and living with the neurological condition Trigeminal Neuralgia. Read more and listen to the podcast here.
Neuroscience Institute Researchers Attend Neuroscience 2018
Dovetailing with the Neuroscience Institute’s (NI) 10-year anniversary, the NI had a large number of researchers attending this year’s annual Society for Neuroscience (SfN) meeting in San Diego, where over 28,000 neuroscientists from around the world were in attendance. The NI had a total of 21 assistant research professors,… more »
The Neurophilosophy Forum features invited speakers from philosophy, neuroscience, and psychology presenting research at the intersections of these disciplines. Talks typically take place in the Department of Philosophy. All are welcome!