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The award acknowledges the most original and important accomplishments in Neuroscience research at WashU by a predoctoral student or postdoctoral fellow.
At this event, which recognizes International Women’s Day, Dulac will present her latest findings on the neural underpinnings of social isolation and sickness behaviors.
Assistant Professor Tavoni studies how information is encoded and processed in neural networks and the mechanisms that optimize these functions.
Professor Krikor Dikranian and Assistant Professor Peter Bayguinov among authors of new study in Nature describing a route that serves as a passageway to clear fluid waste from brain.
Assistant Professor Yao Chen received two awards for collaborative projects to advance understanding of the molecular or mechanistic processes that underlie memory and cognition.
Read Dr. Ashley Morhardt’s comments in Discover on a new study in the Journal of Comparative Neurology.
Dr. Monosov, Associate Professor of Neuroscience, discusses his research on the neurobiological roots of curiosity on the Choose to Be Curious program.
David Van Essen, PhD, Alumni Endowed Professor of Neuroscience at Washington University, is among the scholars on Clarivate’s 2023 list of Highly Cited Researchers.
The state-of-the-art facility will initially house approximately 100 teams comprising 875 researchers, including experts in neurology, neuroscience, neurosurgery, psychiatry, and anesthesiology.
In collaboration with Vitaly Klyachko in the Department of Cell Biology and Physiology at WashU, the funds will support research into the function of sensory neurons and partners known as satellite glial cells.
We are seeking a research-track investigator at the level of Assistant Professor to develop a thriving collaborative research program in MRI project design and analysis.