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8/28/2014
They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. –Edgar Allen Poe [1] If the emotions are sometimes so strong that one works without knowing one works, when sometimes the strokes come with a continuity an... (more)
8/22/2014
When I started college, my best friend and I started a regular workout schedule to evade the infamous freshman fifteen. The odds were already out of my favor when I started to work at the dining hall right next to my freshman dorm. We were not as int... (more)
8/14/2014
Oh no.  It’s 4am, and I’ve done it again.  Ugh.  I’ve waited until the last minute to write my NeuWriteSD post, and now it’s 4am.  And I haven’t slept since 5am yesterday morning.  Ugh. As you might imagine, I’m feeling pretty terrible.  Not only bec... (more)

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EIS is bringing kids from diverse backgrounds all together to learn. It brings kids of different demographics into an environment that will challenge them,” said Gentry Patrick, an associate professor of biology and associate director of the Neurosciences Graduate Program who organized the tour of research labs on campus.


Congratulations to our graduate program faculty who have been awarded early concept grants for brain research from the NSF! They include: Brenda Bloodgood, Takaki Komiyama, Andrea Chiba, Todd Coleman, David Kleinfeld, and Charles Stevens.


​Sirawaj Itthipuripat​, one of our third year students, was awarded a 2014 Howard Hughes Medical Institute International Student Research Fellowship!  


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