Early life experience has long-lasting consequences on the adult brain’s ability to process and respond to information in the environment, yet how the timing of such experiences can influence the adult brain remains unclear.
Michael Greenberg, head of the Harvard Medical School Department of Neurobiology, has been named a co-recipient of the 2015 Neuroscience Prize from the Gruber Foundation f
May Corrigan, Director of Administration and Finance in the Department of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School, was awarded the Daniel D. Federman Staff Award for Exceptional Service to HMS/HSDM.
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Rachel Wilson wins Blavatnik Prize for groundbreaking research on sensory processing and neural circuitry in the fruit fly
Sandeep R. Datta wins 2014 Vallee Young Investigator Award
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