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 »
Last weekend, GSU’s undergraduate neuroscience honor society, Nu Rho Psi, participated in a STEM Career Fair at Saint Phillip AME in Decatur (in partnership with the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience and Collegiate Neuroscience Society).
According to their website, “Nu Rho Psi is the National Honor Society in Neuroscience, founded in 2006 by the more »
Please join us in congratulating Dené Voisin! She has recently been selected to participate in the 2019-2020 Science ATL Communication Fellowship. The Science ATL Communication Fellowship is designed to help close the communication gap between scientists and the public. Fellows will spend the year learning to communicate both their general science knowledge and unique research with… more »
PROBIST is a post-doctoral fellowship program led by the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under a Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant, to award a total of 61 fellowships to be dedicated to top research in the Barcelona and Tarragona area (Spain).… more »
Brains & Behavior is happy to announce the 2019-2020 Seed Grant winners. This year’s competition was extremely competitive and was run by Ad Hoc Chair, and former IDC chair, Andrea Scarantino from the Philosophy department.
The Ad Hoc committee met on April 15th and deliberated the entire day.
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 »
Join us for this year’s May 24th Retreat in Centennial Hall from 12:00-6:30pm. KEYNOTE Alumna Karen Gamble, Ph.D. Associate Professor Tate Jordan Thomas Professorship Behavioral Neurobiology Division Department of Psychiatry University of Alabama at Birmingham FELLOW TALKS Barrett Brister *Math* Belykh Lab Anna Dunigan *Biology* Roseberry Lab Spencer Knafelc *Philosophy* Van Leeuwen Krishna Pusuluri *Neuro* Shilnikov Lab Greg Suess *Neuro* Frantz Lab Join… more »
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 »