Neuroscience in Delaware


News & Events - Current Happenings

Applications for the Summer Undergraduate Research Program Sponsored by the Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research have been been accepted now for several weeks.

 Key Dates:
   Application deadline has now passed.

   Notifications to registrants will be communicated on or before Monday, April 2, 2018
   Program dates: Monday, May 21, 2018 – Saturday, July 28 , 2018

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Brain Bee 2018

at Delaware State University

The coolest bee around!
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was held on Saturday Feb 17, 2018 

Download the study materials using this link.

The 2017 Annual Delaware Neuroscience Research
and Poster Symposium Was Held December 14, 2017

This event included lunch, poster competion, and three awesome speakers!

Dr Tirin Moore spoke on the neural mechanisms of visual-motor integration and the neural basis of cognition.
Dr Randy Blakely spoke on evaluating the enduring impacts of early life perturbations in transmitter signaling.
Dr Margaret McCarthy spoke on neuroimmunology and neuroepigenetics in the establishment of sex differences in the brain.

Click here to view summary biographies and photographs of our three speakers.

NIGMS funds phase II of the Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research

        The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded Delaware State University's Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research the largest grant in the University's history ... read more


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Delaware Brain Bee for High School Students
Held February 18


Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 Delaware Brain Bee Competition! The Winner from Delaware who will go on to the National Brain Beecompetition is Mr. Sanath Patil and the runner up is Ms. Vani Parthibhan, both from the Charter School of Wilmington. The participant from Florida, Mr. Abhishek Venkat won first place and will represent Florida in the National Competition.  See some pictures from the 2017 Brain Bee by clicking here.  More details regarding the competition can be viewed in the Brain Bee flyer.