Brains and Behavior fellow and Shilnikov lab doctoral student, Krishna Pusuluri, was recently awarded a $1,000 travel grant for the COSYNE 2020 annual conference! The annual Cosyne meeting provides an inclusive forum for the exchange of experimental and theoretical/computational approaches to problems in systems neuroscience. Cosyne topics include (but are not limited to): neural basis… more »
We are delighted to announce that Laura Cortes (Forger Lab) has been selected to receive a Dissertation Grant from URSA and is the sole recipient of the 2020 William M. Suttles Fellowship! Laura’s project concerns the role of epigenetics in sexual differentiation of the brain.
The purpose of the Dissertation Grant Program is to support the… more »
The Brains & Behavior program is excited to announce our new initiative, the B&B Digital Badge Program. As you may know, Brains & Behavior supports its staff, faculty, and students in their curricular pursuits through fellowships, retreats, lectures, seminars, seed grants, and more! What you may not know is that the B&B community is very active outside the classroom and lab.
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Congrats to NI PhD student and MBD fellow, Evan Fullerton!
His award winning poster was entitled, “Impact of sex and advanced age on opiate analgesia in the rat Periaqueductal Gray.”
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The NI recently recognized PhD graduate students in our program with the inaugural Neuroscience Institute Graduate Student Awards! For more information on the NI Graduate Student Awards, please visit our ‘Resources for Current Students’ page, and click on the first link listed under the ‘funding’ tab.
Congratulations to all of the well-deserved winners!
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Recently, the B&B Interdisciplinary Committee (IDC) has completed its task of reallocating fellowships among the member departments. Brains & Behavior is excited to announce two new fellowship lines in the departments of Music and Kinesiology & Health this Fall. Please help us welcome Caroline Simpkins from the Feng Yang lab (Kinesiology & Health) and Lauren Garber… more »
GSU News Hub Jeremy Craig Reports:
CHICAGO – Mary Fernandes, a Ph.D. candidate in clinical neuropsychology at Georgia State University, won first place in the 2019 Psych Science-in-3 Competition Aug. 9 at the American Psychological Association’s (APA) annual conference.
Fernandes gave a three-minute presentation entitled, “The Associations Between Pupillary Response Patterns to Emotional… more »
We are super excited to share the upcoming Distinguished Lecture Series for 2019-2020 academic year. Please mark your calendars.
Please note! This year, we will be meeting in Petit Science Center, room 101 at 12pm for this series.
Please share widely!
Graduate and undergraduate students working on their PhDs, Master’s Degrees, and Bachelor’s degrees in Neuroscience, Music, Math, Psychology have been accepted into a study abroad program called “Thinking Nobel,” centered at the prestigious Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. The Karolinska Institute is the esteemed presenter of the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology every year,… more »