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Funding will enable these important research programs to continue
The recipients of the 2015 Kavli Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience at Columbia University are Timothy Machado and Chaogu Zheng.
Mark Churchland received the Award for his project entitled "A dynamical systems approach to fundamental questions in neuroscience.”
Chen has been selected as the winner of the 2012-13 Kavli Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience at Columbia University.
The 2018 NTC Symposium on Dendritic Computation will be held at Columbia University Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018.
A free, public lecture by Alan Alda with introductory remarks by Eric Kandel
Cortical interneurons exhibit remarkable diversity as a cell population with respect to intrinsic firing properties, subtype marker expression, layer organization, synaptic connectivity and morphology
The goal of this meeting is to promote collaboration and cooperation in the emerging large-scale international brain projects, as part of NSF support for the U.S. BRAIN Initiative.
The NeuroTechnology Center (NTC) at Columbia University is proud to announce its inaugural 2014 Kavli Futures Symposium: "The Novel NeuroTechnologies."
Sponsored by the Department of Neuroscience and the Kavli Institute for Brain Science.