The four DIBS research themes represent strategic areas of interdisciplinary and collaborative brain science research at Duke.
Claudio Hetz, Ph.D.
"ER Proteostasis Impairment in Neurodegenerative Diseases"
Thursday, October 02, 2014, 12:30PM - 01:30PM
Rafael Núñez, Ph.D.
"Is There Any Math (At All!) That is ‘Hard-Wired’?: Looking at the Cognitive Science of the Number Line"
Friday, October 03, 2014, 12:00PM - 01:00PM
Gregory K. Farber, Ph.D.
"The NIH BRAIN Initiative: Current Status and Future Plans"
Monday, October 06, 2014, 04:00PM - 05:00PM
Steven Siegelbaum, Ph.D.
"Reelin Signaling Targets Ion Channels to Neuronal Tuft Dendrites"
Tuesday, October 07, 2014, 12:00PM - 01:00PM
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Stop and Listen: Study Shows How Movement Affects Hearing
The brain's motor areas can directly turn down hearing.
$15 Million Award Announced for Duke Autism Research
DIBS faculty Geraldine Dawson and her colleague Joanne Kurtzberg have received an award to fund the first two years of a five-year project.
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