Minna is a graduate student in the lab of Dr. Donita Robinson and was awarded a three year NIH F31 Research Fellowship. She received her B.S in Neuroscience from the College of William and Mary and afterward, participated in the UNC Post-baccalaureate Research Education program before staying at UNC for graduate school. Her project examines … Continued
Nancy, a graduate student in the laboratory of Hyejung Won was selected as a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) 2021 Gilliam Fellow. She participated in the UNC PREP program under the guidance of Donita Robinson after graduating with a BS in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research focuses on identifying the neurobiological mechanisms underlying … Continued
Congratulations to Dr. Bradley Dickerson, named 2021 Searle Scholar for his research topic, Mapping the neural circuits that control precision timing in behavior. The Searle Scholars Program makes grants to selected universities and research centers to support the independent research of exceptional young faculty in the biomedical sciences and chemistry who have recently been appointed … Continued
ManHua is a graduate student in Melissa Herman’s lab and was awarded a three year NIH F31 Research Fellowship. She earned her B.S in Neuroscience from George Mason University and spent two years in the NIH postbaccalaureate intramural research training program before coming to UNC for graduate school. Her project examines the impact of electronic … Continued
Rose is a graduate student in Jason Stein’s research group and was awarded a three year NIH F31 Research Fellowship. She matriculated into UNC after earning a B.S. in Biology from Haverford College. Her research investigates how cortical organoids model infant brain development and relate to risk for autism spectrum disorder.