Through the PURM internship program, Julia Youngman and Eric Tao had the opportunity to work in neuroethologist Marc Schmidt’s lab studying the neural basis of courtship behaviors in songbirds.
Supported by the President’s Engagement Prize, 2021 graduates Amanda Moreno and Christina Miranda founded a nonprofit focused on eating disorder prevention, bringing workshops to Philadelphia publ
Recent work by Penn graduate Eric Teichner (BIBB, 2020) stands to significantly advance our understanding and treatment of persistent postconcussion syndrome (PCS), as describ
The BBB program provides opportunities for students to engage with the local community while honing their scientific communication skills.
We continue to celebrate our students’ research accomplishments at the annual BBB Student Research Symposium.
To provide technical skills and deeper knowledge of neuroscience research, the BBB program is developing a set of “lab courses.”
Dr. Cheney was an inspirational researcher, and her teaching was a true asset to the BBB program.
A new building and renovations support teaching and learning for BBB students.
The Biology and Psychology Departments have hired new faculty to support BBB education.