Center for Behavioral Neuroscience
Written by Elizabeth Weaver, Brains & Behavior
2007 was a period of growth and innovation at Georgia State University. The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience and the Brains & Behavior Area of Focus were thriving, when a group of pioneering faculty put their efforts towards creating a degree granting Institute in the College of… more »
Neuroscience B&B Fellow Greg Suess has a passion for podcasting and we benefit tremendously. Greg sits down with each monthly B&B Distinguished Lecturer for a unique and up close discussion. See below for this exclusive interview with Greg on the other side of the questions for once. Oh, and don’t forget to check out… more »
Welcome to the 2017-2018 issue of the Potential, celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Neuroscience Institute!
I hope you enjoy the walk down memory lane that Liz Weaver has brought to life within these (electronic) pages. Click on the left hand side of this page for more ‘This is Ten’… more »
The process of learning requires the making of new proteins, most particularly a set of proteins called immediate early genes. Immediate early genes are produced following diverse forms of learning. It is well known that immediate early genes are also broken down, however the significance of their breakdown in learning is unknown. Dr. Angela Mabb’s… more »