Diversity highlights

The Society for Neuroscience made a video to highlight all the wonderful things Melissa Harrington is doing at Delaware State University. She has created many programs to engage students in science at a historically black college. Here is a summary of some of her efforts, our thoughts, and stories from some of the students benefiting from these programs. Our post is available here 

Brain connectivity workshop

We will be speaking about how to develop integrative approaches to use diffusion MR imaging and our new paper in the Journal of Neuroscience.

June 13-15, 2022

Check out Brier Rigby Dames talk!

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Brier Rigby Dames from the University of Bath (@BRigbyDames) gave a fantastic presentation at The Fossils to Mind Worksop this December. We are so glad to have collaborated with Brier on the translating time project this past summer! Please click on the recording. 

Society for Neuroscience in 2021

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Here is a selection of our work presented at SFN. This poster integrates transcriptional and structural information to study the evolution of pathways in humans. Here is the preprint. 

Recent virtual talks:

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Our work in the news!

Our work on chimpanzees was

recently highlighted across

international news outlets.

We found how old a chimpanzee  is in human days!

The Academic Times

Phys.org 

Radio Centro (Spanish)  

Futura Sante (French)

Diario Financiero (Spanish)

Viruji (Spanish)

Yahoo! News (French)  

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Here is the reference: Charvet CJ. 2021. Cutting across structural and transcriptomic scales translates time across the lifespan in humans and chimpanzees. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 288: 20202987.

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