Curriculum Vitae - Michael E. Hasselmo
Updated list of publications
Full CV as printable file
(including papers, abstracts, presentations and grant support)
1980-1984 - Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A.B. - Special Concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience.
Graduated Summa Cum Laude.
1984-1988 - Oxford University, Oxford, England.
D. Phil. - Department of Experimental Psychology.
Thesis title: Representation and storage of visual information
in the temporal lobe.
1984-1988 - Graduate student, Dept. of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, Oxford, England on Rhodes Scholarship.
1988-1991 - Post-doctoral research fellow, Division of Biology,
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California.
1991-1994 - Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Taught Psych 1100 (Psychobiology), Psych 1460 (Psychopharmacology), Organized Cognition, Brain and Behavior (CBB) Colloquium Series.
1992 - 1998 - Resident Tutor, Eliot House, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Taught House Seminar Eliot 123 - The Human Brain (with Dr. Chantal Stern).
1995 - 1998 - John L. Loeb Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Mind, Brain and Behavior Committee. Faculty Council.
Taught Psy 1201 (Psychopharmacology), Psy 1251 (Neural Networks), Psy 2260 (Neuromodulation and Cortical Function), Psy 2280 (Olfactory Perception), Biological Sciences 25 (Behavioral Neuroscience, with Prof. John Dowling).
1998 - 2002 - Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Boston University, Boston, MA.
Taught PS333, Drugs and Behavior. PS833, Models of Hippocampal Function.
1999-2002 - Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Psychology, Boston University.
2002 - present - Professor, Department of Psychology, Center for Memory and Brain, Program in Neuroscience and Center for BioDynamics, Boston University, Boston, MA. Teach PS333, Drugs and Behavior, PS530, Neural models of memory function.
2006 - 2011 - Co-Director, NSF Science of Learning Center CELEST
2007 - present - Associate Director, Center for Memory and Brain
2010 - present - Principal Investigator, ONR Multi-disciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI).
2014 - present - Director, Center for Systems Neuroscience
HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS:
1983 - Junior Year Phi Beta Kappa, Detur Prize, Dunster House, Harvard University
1983 - Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harvard University.
1984 - Rhodes Scholarship.
1991 - French Foundation for Alzheimer Research Fellowship
1993 - ONR Young Investigator Award
1994 - National Institute of Mental Health FIRST Award
1993 - Alzheimer Disease Research Center Pilot Investigator.
1996 - Human Frontier Science Program Grant
1997 - National Science Foundation grant.
1999 - R01 NIMH MH61492, NIMH MH60013.
2001 - American Psychological Association (Division 6) DG Marquis Award for best paper in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2000 (DeRosa and Hasselmo).
2002 - R01 NIDA DA016454 - From joint NSF/NIH program for Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS).
2002 - Elected President International Neural Network Society (served 2003)
2004 - R01 NIMH MH60013 renewal. Member NSF Science of Learning Center SBE0354378
2006 - Silvio O. Conte Center P50 MH71702.
2007 - R01 NIMH MH61492 renewal.
2009 - R01 NIMH MH60013 renewal.
2010 - ONR MURI award.
2011 - Elected Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science
2012 - R01 NIMH MH61492 renewal.
2013 - Appointed Chair of NIH Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (LAM) study section.
2013 - Named to Board of Reviewing Editors at Science.
2014 - Appointed Director of Center for Systems Neuroscience at Boston University.
2015 - R01 NIMH MH60013 renewal.
2015 - Hebb Award from International Neural Network Society recognizing achievement in Biological Learning
2016 - Received ONR MURI Award N00014-16-1-2832
2018 - Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Science - Board of Reviewing Editors
Hippocampus - Section editor (Computational Neuroscience)
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Brain Structure and Function
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience - Associate Editor
Chairman NIH Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (LAM) Study Section
Grant review committees: Member NIH IFCN-7 Study Section (Administrator: Dr. Bernie Driscoll), NIH LAM Study Section.
NIH Conte Center review committee, ad hoc review committees
Governing board -
Organization for Computational Neuroscience Meeting
- 2002 - 2005.
President of International Neural Network Society (INNS) - 2003
INNS Board of Governors 1996-2014.
INNS Treasurer 1998-2002.
Program chair, International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2003, Portland, Oregon.
Co-chair for the
Computational Neuroscience Meeting
Cambridge, MA, July 14-17, 1996.
Publications chair for the
Denver, CO, Nov. 27-Dec. 2, 1995.
LINK TO LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Psychology 530 - Neural Models of Memory Function
Psychology 333 - Drugs and Behavior.