March 17: DIBS '21 Distinguished Lecture

Picture of Eve MarderAward-winning neuroscientist Eve Marder, PhD, of Brandeis University, will give the 2021 DIBS Distinguished Lecture on March 17. Her topic: Understanding Neural Circuits: Development, Plasticity & Function. DIBS faculty members also will speak, and students will present their work. Registration info to come.

Connecting Minds ~ Advancing Neuroscience ~ Improving Lives

The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS) provides a vibrant hub for neuroscience research, education, and community engagement, promoting interdisciplinary brain science and translating discoveries into solutions for health and society.

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Research

We serve as a vital hub for researchers representing multiple disciplines related to neuroscience — by offering educational opportunities, funding programs, research center support, and ground-breaking resources for advancing brain sciences at Duke.

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Our outreach activities help increase diversity among neuroscientists by exposing students from diverse socioeconomic and racial/ethnic backgrounds to neuroscience at a young age, demystifying brain science, and providing role models for young people.

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