DIBS Research Groups

DIBS supports the development of research groups to focus scholarship and research on key areas broad enough to engage the full spectrum of the brain sciences that exist at Duke. DIBS research groups are united by a common interest in an area of brain science that is especially suited to advancement by interdisciplinary study and are co-convened by faculty from different departments. The Institute supports the development of DIBS research groups, which include faculty, postdocs, students and staff from across campus. Each research group has developed a balanced program that promotes research addressing both fundamental and translational issues. DIBS research groups are given funding from DIBS to develop programs such as journal clubs, guest speaker series, workshops, and larger-scale meetings.


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The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences is a scientific institute with a collaborative spirit and a commitment to education, service and knowledge across disciplines. We encourage creativity, taking risks, sharing ideas and working together.


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