First Impressions Matter in Sense of Smell

September 17, 2018

That’s because the odor-decoding centers of the brain will pay more attention to the first smell signals to reach them, regardless of how long or strong the remainder of the sniff

Data+ 2018 Poster Session

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Data+ 2018 poster session featuring student project posters from the Data+ 2018 Summer program. 24 interdisciplinary data projects will be featured and students will be on hand to describe their work on their projects. Refreshments will also be provided!

Summer Seminars in Neuroscience & Philosophy @ Duke: Empathy

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This is the first of five Public Summer Seminars in Neuroscience & Philosophy that will take place from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, June 4-8, 2018. All except Tuesday's seminars on Visual Perception will take place in the DIBS Lecture Hall, LSRC B027 (basement of DIBS "Cube") Monday--Empathy Tuesday--Visual Perception (Levine Science Research Ctr. 240B/CCN Conf Rm) Wednesday--Morality Thursday--Free Will Friday--Memory The seminars are free and open to the public.

April 10: Center on Addiction & Behavior Change 2018 Symposium

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This event is free but registration is requested. The intended audience is faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and area healthcare and other professionals who work with tobacco cessation programs.

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Kimberly Carpenter

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Addiction Medical Education at Duke

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CABC Seminar Series

Jan. 30: Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Time to Abandon the Goldwater Rule?

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Psychiatry Grand Rounds: "Time to Abandon the Goldwater Rule? How Will We Know?" **Rescheduled to Tuesday, Jan. 30, 6-7:30 p.m.; dinner will be served.**

Jan. 19: Psychic Standards: Psychiatry, Classification, Literature

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Dr. Reilly, Literature, argues that the birth of psychiatry as a medical specialization in the late nineteenth century participated in an original mutation of the relations between psychic, cultural, and social structures.


Karen Wrenn Graduate Fellow Selected

April 17, 2017

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.

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