Date published: 3/30/2016

Alexandra Stolyarova, a first-year Behavioral Neuroscience student has received the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society Travel Award for the 2016 meeting in Budapest, Hungary. Award winners will receive a cash award, certificate, and waiver of registration fees.  Travel awardees will present orally and will also have their research presented in a poster session.

In addition, she has been selected to attend the 2016 Summer Lecture Course at RIKEN Brain Science Institute. The Summer Program is designed to encourage and further the education of young neuroscientists and emerging researchers as they enter the international neuroscience community.

Lastly, Alexandra has been selected to participate in the 2016 Brains, Minds and Machines summer Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory. The overall goal of the Brain, Minds and Machines summer course is to create a community of leaders in the science of intelligence who are equally knowledgeable in neuroscience, cognitive science, and computer science.

Congratulations Alex!

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