You win some, you lose some!

This week, we had a mixed bag of news: The good:  We received word that one of our competitive internal grants received funding!  This is a collaborative project with the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (Co-PIs with Dr. El-Sheikh & Dr. Erath) in the College of Human Sciences to look at the neurological and psychophysiological effects of poor sleeping patterns in adolescents. The bad:  Our ‘Brain Camp’ grant did not get funded. 🙁  However, we still anticipate holding the camp, it’ll just look a little…

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Congratulations, Ashley Hill!

We were just informed that Ashley’s poster to the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) annual meeting won first place in the Committee on Equality of Professional Opportunity (CEPO) Student Award for Research on Minorities and Women competition.  Say that 10 times fast!  Ashley will present her paper on March 6th at 3pm in Nashville, TN. Ashley’s paper looks at gender differences in working memory networks using the BrainMap database.  We are currently in the stages of revising her manuscript which will be resubmitted before April.  Congratulations,…

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