Barbara E. Gill Announces Retirement
After a 29-year career at the Dana Foundation, Executive Vice President Barbara Gill has announced her retirement at the end of May. Barbara’s contributions to the Foundation and brain science have been immeasurable. She was instrumental in the formation of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives in the US and its sister organization in Europe. […]
Why Do You Participate in Brain Awareness Week? With Roland Pochet, Ph.D.
Belgian neuroscientist Roland Pochet is a Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives member who was awarded the Dana/EDAB Special Lifetime Achievement Award for Outreach on Behalf of Brain Research at the 2018 FENS Forum. He has participated in #BrainWeek for more than 20 years, organizing events around the country, including the European Parliament.
Mu-ming Poo Gives EDAB Special Lecture on Neuroethics at FENS 2020
“Non-human primate models for neurobiology and biomedicine" - Mu-ming Poo, Ph.D. (Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology), gives the EDAB Lecture on Neuroethics during the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Virtual Forum 2020.
Carla Shatz Gives Max Cowan Special Lecture at FENS 2020
“Synapses lost and found: Developmental critical periods and Alzheimer’s disease” - Carla Shatz, Ph.D. (BioX, Stanford University), gives the Max Cowan Special Lecture during the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Virtual Forum 2020.
In the Lab with Ewelina Knapska
One of a series in which a Dana Alliance member is asked about daily life in the laboratory and outside interests. The lab of Ewelina Knapska examines socially transferred emotions, the neural mechanisms of impaired social behaviors, and the neural mechanisms of extinction and renewal of learned fears.