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eLife Paper from the Dulac Lab Featured in Harvard Gazette

The most recent eLife paper from the Dulac lab was just featured in the MCB had previously reported on this publication,    

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The Dark Side of Parenting: Neural Circuits Governing Infanticide [Dulac Lab]

A major goal of modern neuroscience is uncovering the circuit mechanisms that control naturalistic behaviors, including foraging, nesting, and social behaviors such as mating, aggression, and parenting.  These…

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Harvard Science Book Talks: Projections, A Story of Human Emotions by Karl Deisseroth

Few months ago, while we were still in pandemic lockdown, I heard from my friend and colleague Karl Deisseroth that he loved writing and was about to publish…

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Catherine Dulac Receives NOMIS Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award

Each year, the international NOMIS Foundation selects two notable academics as recipients of the NOMIS Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award, and this year MCB faculty Catherine Dulac is…

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A Neuroscientist and a Philanthropist: Catherine Dulac’s Work with the Richard Lounsbery Foundation

One of the many hats MCB faculty Catherine Dulac wears is serving on the Board of Directors of the Richard Lounsbery Foundation. Established in 1959, the Richard Lounsbery…

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Murthy and Dulac Appear in Panel Discussion about Science and History of Scent

Today, The Harvard Gazette featured a recent panel discussion about the science and cultural significance of scent. The panel included MCB faculty and Chair Venkatesh Murthy, along with…

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