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Investigators receive national recognition for neuroscience research

Investigators receive national recognition for neuroscience research

Two Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience researchers receive Sloan Awards for neuroscience research on how the brain perceives the world.

Neuroscience alumni among 1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America

Neuroscience alumni among 1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America

Nathan A. Smith, Ph.D. (’13) and Monique Mendes, Ph.D. (’20) were named two of the 1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America in Cell Mentor.

The perfect pilot: How a grant takes flight

The perfect pilot: How a grant takes flight

The Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience is committed to support novel, high-risk research that opens new doors of understanding of the brain and central nervous system. Since 2015, more than $2.7million in pilot funding has generated more than $31 million in external research support. 

Neuroscience faculty keeps anatomy lab hands-on despite pandemic, students excel

Neuroscience faculty keeps anatomy lab hands-on despite pandemic, students excel

The class of 104 students who just completed Human Structure and Function, a fundamental course for all medical students, is the top performing class in more than two decades. This success came despite the challenges of learning and teaching during a global pandemic.

Space travel and the brain: URMC Researchers aim to understand its effects on function

Space travel and the brain: URMC Researchers aim to understand its effects on function

URMC researchers were awarded by NASA to help answer questions about astronaut health and performance during future long-duration missions, including crewed missions to the Moon and Mars.

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