Professor Helen Tager-Flusberg recently took part in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” session. The extensive Q&A covered a wide range of topics, from how our understanding of autism spectrum disorders has evolved over Dr. Tager-Flusberg’s 40-year career, to how the field may change in the years to come.
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Professor Kristin Long was recently awarded the BU Graduate Women in Science and Engineering 2016 Mentor of the Year Award. Professor Long was recognized in appreciation for her promotion of women in STEM by mentoring, inspiring and supporting future female leaders. The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences congratulates Professor Long on receiving this distinguished award.
John D. Otis, associate professor of psychiatry, has been recognized with the 2016 Stanley L. Robbins Award for Excellence in Teaching, the highest teaching honor awarded by Boston University School of Medicine (MED). The award honors an outstanding educator and acknowledges the importance of teaching skills and commitment to students and education. More details on Dr. Otis’s recognition can be found at Boston University Research.
The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences is pleased to congratulate Dr. Otis on this honor!
Spring 2016 colloquia schedules for the Clinical program, Developmental Science program, Center for Systems Neuroscience, and Center for Memory and Brain are now available.
Professor Stefan Hofmann’s research on social anxiety has been highlighted in The Atlantic.
Interviews for doctoral applicants to the clinical psychology program (entering Fall 2016) will be held on Friday, February 26, 2016.
Join me in welcoming Joe McGuire as Assistant Professor to the Department. Joe arrived in Boston in July and is busy setting up his new lab at 677 Beacon Street, and will be teaching Human Brain Mapping this Fall.
Join me also in welcoming Dr. Erika Wells as full time Lecturer. Dr. Wells’ appointment begins September 1st and her office is located at 64 Cummington Mall.
Welcome, Joe and Erika!
– David Somers, Department Chair
Fall 2015 colloquia schedules for the Brain, Behavior and Cognition program, Clinical program, Developmental Science program, Center for Systems Neuroscience, and Center for Memory and Brain are now available.
Professor David Barlow is a 2015 recipient of an honorary degree of Doctor of Science from the University of Vermont. We are very pleased to congratulate Dr. Barlow for this well-deserved honor. From the UVM announcement:
David H. Barlow, UVM Class of 1969, is one of the most influential clinical psychologists of our time with an international reputation for his development of treatments for anxiety and related disorders. He has long had strong ties to the University of Vermont and completed his doctorate at UVM in 1969. Highly regarded as a leading spokesperson for the field of clinical psychology and a renowned researcher in anxiety, he is currently Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry and Founder and Director Emeritus of the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University. He was previously Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology and Director of the Phobia and Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the University at Albany, State University of New York. He has published over 600 peer reviewed research articles and over 75 books and clinical manuals, in the areas of anxiety and related emotional disorders and clinical research methodology. His books have been translated in over 20 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, and Russian. His research has changed the understanding of anxiety, panic, and related emotional disorders and made major contributions to the development of treatments for these problems.