The Department of Neurobiology and Behavior is made up of a community of faculty, students, postdoctoral fellows and staff who share a common goal: creating an exciting intellectual environment that optimizes our research and teaching missions. Our faculty are highly distinguished both nationally and internationally. Presently two of our faculty are in the National Academy of Science, two in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, two in the Royal Society of London, and six in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Moreover, collectively our faculty have received a wide range of prestigious awards, both for their innovative research and for their commitment and excellence in teaching.
A hallmark of our department is the value that we place on building bridges between laboratories and research centers that collectively promote collegial and productive collaborations across a wide range of areas within the broad spectrum of neuroscience. These areas include learning and memory, age-related neurodegenerative disorders, sensory and integrative neuroscience (at molecular, genetic, synaptic and systems levels), neuronal development, neurocomputation, and the neurobiology of substance abuse. This overall structure not only fosters extremely valuable interdisciplinary interactions, but also provides an exceptional training environment for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to become the future leaders in neuroscience.
August 7, 2015 | Zachariah Reagh has been awarded the James L. McGaugh Award.
Zachariah Reagh, a graduate student in Dr. Michael Yassa’s lab, has been awarded the James L. McGaugh Award for Excellence in Graduate Research.
Dr. Bear Symposium on Jan. 30
May 20, 2013: Brain Awareness Conference
April 18, 1013: Seminar on Autism: Tackling complex nervous system diseases