Student Spotlight: Daniel O'Connell '18

“I believe the undergraduate neuroscience major is one of the most exciting field of study because it allows students to study the body's most complex organ and how it can effect change throughout the body.”

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Bedlack's Colorful Fashions Cheer Patients, Staff

Dr. Richard Bedlack works with patients facing the tough challenges of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gherig's Disease), but the Neurology associate professor and member of the DIBS Faculty Network doesn't let that impair his wacky sense of fashion.

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