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Feeding Students' Brains with More Than Ideas

In this Duke Chronicle op-ed, Ng raises concerns about how student eating habits affect the body AND the mind, and discusses the new class, "Neuroscience & Nutrition," she and Franca Alphin, Director of Nutrition Cervices at Duke and a registered dietitian, have created.

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Rubenstein Scholars Faculty Director Ng Helps New Students

Minna Ng, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of the Practice of Psychology and Neuroscience and member of the DIBS Faculty Network, was herself a first-generation college graduate. She spent part of her summer assisting incoming Duke first-generation students.

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Adcock to Direct Center for Cognitive Neuroscience

The Faculty Governance Committee of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS) has announced the appointment of R. Alison Adcock, MD, PhD, to the position of Director of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN). Dr.

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Huettel: Strong Link between Place & Memory

Places we have lived bring with them strong memories. Scott Huettel, PhD, Chair of Psychology & Neuroscience and DIBS Faculty Goverance Committee member, helps us understand why in this New York Times article.

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