Johanson Recieves Emory Teaching Award

Emory University School of Medicine recognized Dr. Marie Johanson, PT, PhD, with the Dean’s Teaching Award for superior teaching of medical and allied health professional students.

Leppzer Releases Documentary Film, 'Power Struggle'

“Power Struggle,” a documentary film seven years in the making and directed by Robbie Leppzer, premiered at the Vermont International Film Festival.  “Power Struggle” followed citizen activists as they organized to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in the wake of increasing safety violations.

Next Generation Life Science coalition releases first round of data intended to help students make strategic career choices

Johns Hopkins University today posted new data on students in life sciences PhD programs, its first release as part of a new national initiative to shed light on the career paths of would-be life scientists.

BERC Research Published in Phi Delta Kappa

Faith Connolly, executive director of the Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC), collaborated on a paper that focuses on shared methodologies of community coordinators in Baltimore schools that have resulted in increased student attendance and improved school climate.
Prof. Briggs

Oxford’s Briggs Confident about AI Advancing Human Lives

Andrew Briggs, a materials science professor with the University of Oxford, predicts a “dramatic change in the way science is done,” comparable in significance to the application of science to the technology that spurred the Industrial Revolution.
Barrientos Lab

Ruetenik Awarded HDSA HD Human Biology Project Fellowship

Andrea Lynema Ruetenik, a Neuroscience Ph.D.candidate at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, is a 2018 Human Biology Project Fellow with the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.
Aron Barbey, Decision Neuroscience Lab

Flexibility is at the Heart of Human Intelligence

University of Illinois psychology professor Aron K. Barbey has published a new theory positing that flexibility is at the heart of human intelligence.

Friedman Lab Director Elected to Linnean Society

The Linnean Society of London elected William "Ned" Friedman, professor of organismic and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and director of the Arnold Arboretum, as a Foreign Member, honoring his research into the reproductive biology of flowering plants and their ancestors, as well as his interest in the intellectual history of evolutionism.
Tayfun Sonmez

Sonmez Co-authors Paper on 'Incentivized Kidney Exchange'

Tayfun Sönmez, professor of economics at Boston College, has co-authored a paper, “Incentivized Kidney Exchange,” which proposes a new scheme to increase the number of transplants by incentivizing participation via insurance payment to compatible kidney donors.