Category: Department News
ANATOMY & NEUROBIOLOGY DEPARTMENT SEMINAR
“Changing cognition through non-invasive network stimulation”
Mark Halko, PhD
Instructor in Neurology
Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School
Thursday, November 19th, 2015
2:00PM – 3:00PM
Alan Peters Seminar Room, L-1008
Refreshments will be provided.
Ben Coleman (Brain Plasticity & Neuroimaging Lab) and Samantha Calderazzo (Cognitive Neurobiology Lab) have been featured in the most recent CAS Magazine. The article, entitled, “Brainiacs” focuses on the “coolest” discovered that current neuroscience students have learned about the human brain. Read the full article here.
Last Friday, Dr. Karin Schon was recognized with an Outstanding Mentor Award at Boston University’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program’s 2015 Symposium. This is the second year the symposium has recognized outstanding mentors. The award is based on student nominations. Congratulations, Dr. Schon.
For more information on the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, please follow the link here.
Dr. Bobby Kasthuri’s research creating a new system for imaging and analyzing neurons has been highlighted in BUToday. Read the aritcle!
Dr. Catherine Grgicak has been written up for her work developing computational algorithms to help decipher crime scene DNA. Read the article here!
Recently, Fredric has won the Perkins Award for Distinguished Service to Boston University for his 14 years of service to Boston University and development of MED’s Office of Financial and Grant Administration.
Read the full story on BU Today.
Corie, an MS student, has recently been awarded first prize at the American Association Anatomists Meeting for her poster on Educational Neuroscience/Anatomy.
Dr. Kasthuri and Dr. Schon are among the 2015 Junior Spivak Scholars. The Spivak Awards are given to, “recognize and support the research…[in either] clinical or basic research in Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and other neurological disorders. Read more about the 2015 Spivak Scholars.