Howard Eichenbaum featured in BU Today
“CAS’s Eichenbaum Joins Ranks of Washington, Franklin, and Emerson
BU psychology professor elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences”
Congratulations to Howard Eichenbaum on his well deserved induction in to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences!!!
Howard Eichenbaum, Director of Center for Memory and Brain and University Professor, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Press Release here
Congratulations to Amy Griffin!
She was a Postdoctoral Associate in Professor Hasselmo and Professor
UD’s Amy Griffin wins statewide Delaware neuroscience award for 2014
Amy L. Griffin, associate professor of psychological and brain
sciences at the University of Delaware, has been named the 2014
Neuroscientist of the Year by the Delaware Chapter of the Society for
Congratulations to the undergraduate students in the lab that presented posters at the 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Pictured are just two of the many wonderful students helping in the lab.
We said good bye over the last few weeks to some of our lab members. After many wonderful years in the lab, graduating PhD students Sam McKenzie and Audrey DiMauro are moving on. We also said goodbye to many undergraduates who have been very helpful and enjoyable during their time in the lab.
We wish the good doctors and our undergraduate alumni all the best in their future endeavors.
Congratulations to Audrey DiMauro for the successful defense of her dissertation today, June 16th.
Congratulations to Sam McKenzie for the successful defense of his dissertation today, February 10th.
The Daily Happenings
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We said good bye this last week to our illustrious Dr. Kraus. After many wonderful years in the lab, he has moved on to a position with MathWorks.
We wish the good doctor the best in his new position and future endeavors.
Congratulations to Jon Rueckemann for the successful defense of his dissertation, entitled: Contributions of The Medial Entorhinal and Postrhinal Cortices to Spatial and Contextual Processing.
Hello / Goodbye
We’re having a changing of the guard, as Jarret Frank, our long time lab manager, moves on to take a web development position. Robert Robinson steps up from his role as a research technician, to take the reigns of management.
We wish them the both the best of luck in their new positions.