Tilden, a graduate student in Yao Chen’s lab, received the fellowship to pursue her research on how sleep, learning and aging are tied together.
Leandro Fosque, PhD, joins the CTCN at Washington University to study the mechanisms underlying homeostasis in the brain.
Hiratani, a theoretical neuroscientist, seeks to bridge the gap between neuroscience and AI to gain a better understanding of both the brain and artificial intelligence.
Dr. Bridgman made fundamental discoveries into the structure of growth cones and developed novel histology teaching approaches over his 4-decade career at Washington University.
The three-year award will support Dr. Christensen’s postdoctoral research in Adam Kepecs’ lab on the neural computations underlying uncertainty in decision-making.
Zhang, who completed her undergraduate thesis in Dr. Harrison Gabel’s lab, is a co-recipient of this award honoring outstanding contributions to research.
Kang, a graduate student in the lab of Larry Snyder, studies communication between two areas in the posterior parietal cortex during coordinated eye and arm movements.
Huang studies memory processing and retrieval in Drosophila and has developed cutting-edge optical tools for observing neural plasticity in behaving flies.
Professor Kepecs presented to the Joint Meeting of the Hungarian and Austrian Neuroscience Societies on his approaches to developing methods to accurately model human psychiatric disorders.
Matthew Glasser, a former graduate student of Van Essen and currently an Instructor in Radiology, also made the 2022 list.