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This is Ten Fundraising Campaign is Live!

Posted On December 6, 2018
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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 »

Neuroscience Institute Researchers Attend Society for Neuroscience Conference

Posted On November 15, 2018
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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 »

Announcing the 2018-2019 Brains & Behavior Lecture Series

The line-up for the Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 Brains & Behavior Distinguished Lecture Series has been set. We are excited to have stellar group of scientists joining us for the coming academic year.

Each visit entails a two or three day itinerary that includes meeting with faculty, sitting down with post-docs, working over lunch… more »

B&B Hosts Graduate Funding Workshop

Posted On March 8, 2018
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Brains & Behavior recently hosted a well-attended funding workshop for graduate students attempting to apply for monies for their graduate career.

Katrina Helz, University Fellowship Advisor, led the discussion. Her presentation was followed by an outstanding panel of students who have been awarded previous scholarship and fellowships.  Students discussed how and where to apply, successes,… more »

Arianna Tamvacakis Wins Best Student Presentation at SICB

Congratulations to Neuroscience B&B graduate student, Arianna Tamvacakis!

Arianna’s presentation, “Differential expression of serotonin receptor genes in homologous neurons underlies species-typical swimming behaviors in Nudipleura sea slugs” was awarded the best student oral presentation for the Division of Neurobiology, Neuroethology, and Sensory Biology at the Society for Integrated and Comparative Biology (SICB) meeting in New… more »