Alex Vaz, PhD, a recent Neurobiology alum, received the Bill Hill Prize for Excellence in Graduate Student Research
A CRISPR-Cas9 variant with deactivated DNA-cutting function – known as “dCas9” - is a powerful tool to help researchers understand what genes do when their expression is dialed up or down, but it h
Timothy Dunn, PhD, assistant professor of Biomedical Engineering, is joining Neurobiology this fall as training faculty. The McKnight Technological Innovations in Neuroscience Awards recognize pro
Combining local and very real risk statistics for SARS-CoV-2 infection with an exercise in imagination helped participants in a Duke University psychology study make more realistic decisions about
You dash into a convenience store for a quick snack, spot an apple and reach for a candy bar instead. Poor self-control may not be the only factor behind your choice, new research suggests.
Neurobiology grad student Justin Savage is one of the team of authors on this latest work that includes contributions from first author and alum Katie Baldwin and PIs Ru-rong Ji and Cagla Eroglu.
Congratulations to Professor Miguel Nicolelis on his retirement from Duke University on June 30, 2021 and his transition to Professor Emer