DIBS Town Hall Meetings

 Dear Members of the Duke Brain Sciences Community:You may remember that earlier this summer, a new governance structure and strategic planning process for the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences was announced. 

Study determines top 100 most-cited articles in neuroscience

 In an effort to identify the most salient research topics in the field of neuroscience, researchers did a comprehensive bibliometric study to determine the top 100 most-cited articles and published their results in the July issue of the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

Student Spotlight-Shweta Lodha

“I believe neuroscience education is essential to understanding the fundamental core of what prompts human behavior and functionality”

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