Congratulations Cruttenden et al and the Chen lab at the University of Minnesota, who recently published a paper in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, entitled “Towards Completely Sampled Extracellular Neural Recordings during fMRI”.
Congratulations to Kutlu et al and the Calipari Lab at Vanderbilt University, who recently published a paper in Current Biology, entitled “Dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens core signals perceived saliency”.
Congratulations to Dooley et al and the Blumberg Lab at at the University of Iowa, who recently published a paper in Current Biology, entitled “Movements during sleep reveal the developmental emergence of a cerebellar-dependent internal model in motor thalamus“.
Early Career Spotlight: Faces of Science highlights early career neuroscientists, particularly BIPOC and women researchers.
PART 2 [ see Part 1 ] Dr Ranu Jung is with the Adaptive Neural Systems (ANS) Lab at Florida International University (FIU), which focuses on developing and utilizing new scientific knowledge and engineering technology to address the complex physiological, medical, and societal problems presented by neurological disability.
Congratulations to the McCutcheon Lab at at the Arctic University of Norway, which recently published a paper in the Journal of Neuroscience entitled “Protein Appetite Drives Macronutrient-Related Differences in Ventral Tegmental Area Neural Activity“.
Dr Ranu Jung and postdoctoral fellow Dr Andres E Pena are with the Adaptive Neural Systems (ANS) Lab at Florida International University (FIU).
Neuroscience 2021 will be held in a virtual-only format.