Student Spotlight-Shweta Lodha

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

Karen Wrenn Graduate Fellow Selected

Duke Medical Physics PhD graduate student, Yixin Ma, has been selected by an expert panel to receive the inaugural Karen Wrenn Graduate Fellowship in Alzheimer’s Disease Research.

Student Spotlight: Tina Zhao

“Undergraduate neuroscience education serves more to the purpose of inspiring students to ask their own questions than lecturing factual knowledge.”

Student Spotlight

“I think it’s awesome that neuroscientists from all over the world can attack the same problem using a completely different set of tools.”

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