Nathaniel Underland wrote an article recappingĀ the first annual Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Fair, held on Friday, May 6, 2022.

The Colonnade of the Bioscience Research Building was abuzz with enthusiasm on Friday as, popcorn in hand, attendees at the first annual Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Fair perused posters displaying research from the past year.

Thirty-four undergraduates across seventeen projects conversed about experiences working in a variety of neuroscience approaches, including methods related to animal models such as chemogenetics and electrophysiology, human neuroimaging techniques, and machine learning and computational approaches.

Many of the students were mentored by Brain and Behavior Institute-affiliated faculty in biology, human development, kinesiology and psychology departments... Read more here.

Picture of Dr. Lin and Jonathan accepting his award for best poster