Along with team “Core Collab” Neuroscience Institute’s own “The NeurDS” (Neuro Dynamical Systems) comprised of Krishna Pusuluri, Jack (James) Scully, and Rickey Lindsay won first place at Brainhack Atlanta 2019.
Brainhack ATL, “a Neuroimaging Hackathon”, is a neuroscience hackathon focused on bringing together students, researchers, non-academic industry professionals, engineers, data scientists, and neuroscientists from… more »
Congrats!, to Aaliya Ahmad and Teodora Mitroi who placed first and second respectively in GSURC 2019’s Natural and Computational Sciences Oral Presentations category. Aaliya works under Neuroscience Graduate Director Dr. Charles Derby who co-directed Aaliya’s project and Honor’s thesis Sensory System of the Second Antenna of the American Lobster, Homarus americanus: Distribution of Sensilla and… more »
Our first 2016 NI student highlight features Joe Terranova, a fourth year graduate student in the lab of Dr. Elliot Albers.
Q: What current projects are you working on?
A: The project I’m currently working on is investigating sex differences in the neural control of aggression and resistance to social stress by serotonin and vasopressin. … more »
For this month’s student highlight series, we interviewed Reilly Hannapel, a rising third year from the Laboratory of Dr. Marise Parent. You can read about Reilly’s work by visiting the Parent Lab website.
Q: What current projects are you working on right now?
A: I am currently working on a few projects, but the… more »
“What are your current research interests?”
Broadly speaking, I’m interested in the practical relevance of neuroscience research in responsibility assessments (moral and legal). My dissertation project has three ambitious goals: (1) point out flaws in the current legal system that relies on evaluations of behavior by forensic psychiatrists, (2) show how emerging neuroscience research can… more »