Grab a cold one, pull up a chair and learn about brain health research in a relaxed format – that’s the idea behind Brains on Tap, a series of discussions hosted by Kent State’s Brain Health Research Institute and other partners.
Growing up in Kolkata, India, Meenakshi Das Lala Rozenstrauch, ’11, was always interested in research, psychology and medicine. “The research that was happening in Kent really excited me, and I wanted to work with the professors,” said Meenakshi.
Some of Kent State University’s most prestigious alumni in the field of neuroscience have agreed to serve on the Brain Health Research Institute (BHRI) Advisory Board, which will host its inaugural meeting today.
Kent State University alumnus Earl Miller, Ph.D., a leading cognitive neuroscientist, and his wife Marlene Wicherski were recognized at the university’s 10th Annual Neuroscience Symposium, for their $2 million commitment to support research programs and students in Kent State’s…
Kent State University’s Brain Health Research Institute (BHRI) will be welcoming a bevy of accomplished alumni back to the Kent Campus when it hosts the 10th Annual Neuroscience Symposium on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 27 and 28.
The College of Arts and Sciences wishes to congratulate David Disabato, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Kent State University, who recently landed a tenure-track faculty position at Baldwin Wallace University, near Cleveland!