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.
Cheng Huang joins Department of Neuroscience as Assistant Professor
Huang studies memory processing and retrieval in Drosophila and has developed cutting-edge optical tools for observing neural plasticity in behaving flies.
Adam Kepecs selected for Buzsáki Lecture Award by Hungarian Neuroscience Society
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.
David Van Essen listed as Highly Cited Researcher for eighth consecutive year
Matthew Glasser, a former graduate student of Van Essen and currently an Instructor in Radiology, also made the 2022 list.
Harrison Gabel promoted to Associate Professor
Dr. Gabel receives tenure for his pathbreaking research on epigenomic regulation of brain development and neurodevelopmental disorders, along with his devotion to mentoring and teaching.
Paul Bridgman, Larry Snyder receive Lifetime Achievement Awards from Academy of Educators
Their dedication to teaching and innovations in the classroom are recognized by one of the highest honors at Washington University School of Medicine.
Assistant Professor Tom Franken joins the Department of Neuroscience
Franken studies sensory processing, including how visual scenes are perceived as collections of objects and background.
Professor Larry Snyder receives Excellence in Teaching award
The WashU neuroscience community honors Dr. Snyder for his outstanding education efforts over the years as an instructor, course director and PhD program director.
Diversity, equity, inclusion a pillar of Neuroscience Research Building (Links to an external site)
“We are all doing important work.”
Ann Olendorff retires after more than 35 years in the Department of Neuroscience
Olendorff managed equipment, facilities, renovations, and day-to-day operations, working “minor miracles” to keep the Department running smoothly.