Kafui Dzirasa's powerful anti-racism op-ed
Eva Naumann receives Incubator Award
Neurobiology professor Eva Naumann heads the interdisciplinary team receiving a 2020 Research Incubator Award from the Duke Institute for
Real Neurons Are Noisy. Can Neural Implants Figure That Out?
If human eyes came in a package, it would have to be labeled “Natural product.
Anne Draelos awarded Swartz postdoc fellowship
Anne Draelos, a postdoc in the Pearson Lab, has been appointed as an Swartz Foundation Fellow of Theory in Neuroscience for 20
Twee Hua awarded Bill Hall Prize
Alumna Thuy (Twee) Hua, PhD (Wang Lab) has been awarded the 2020 Bill Hall Prize for Excellence i
New Study Shows Exclusion of Blacks in Genomic Research
Associate Professor Kaf Dzirasa is part of the team that published
Duke’s “Rich and Vibrant” Research Environment Brings Esteemed Neuroscientist to Durham: an interview with Josh Huang
In August of 2020, Duke Neurobiology welcomes Dr. Josh Huang as a primary faculty member.
Research Labs Reopen Under A New Normal
The computer screen in Cagla Eroglu’s lab is teeming with activity.
Wang Lab Finds Potent Pain-suppression Center in the Brain
A Duke University research team has found a small area of the brain in mice that can profoundly control the animals’ sense of pain.