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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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Kaelyn Brown (Neuro ‘21) and Ashley Cooper (Neuro & Anthro ‘21) Honored for their Work with Science Club for Girls

Neuroscience concentrators Kaelyn Brown (’21) and Ashley Cooper (’21), who has a joint concentration in anthropology, will receive the 2020 Catalyst Award from the educational outreach organization Science…

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SROH (Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard) Goes Virtual

With Harvard’s lab spaces closed, hosting undergraduate interns through the Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard (SROH) program this year seemed like an impossibility. But the SROH leadership found…

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Japan Summer Science Undergraduate Research Program (JSSURP) Expands to New Sites and Disciplines

Years ago, a Harvard undergraduate named Takao Hensch decided to spend a year conducting research in Japan. But lining up a position overseas proved tricky. “I put it…

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Thank You to Everyone Who Donated to the 2018 MCB Holiday Gift Drive!

This winter, the MCB Holiday Gift Drive collected gifts and supplies for Rosie’s Place, the oldest women’s shelter in the country. The entire MCB community pitched in and…

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MCB Professors Inspire Next Generation of Neuroscientists

Twice a year the MIT Museum honors women in science while simultaneously inspiring their future peers with Girls Day, an event aimed at children 10 and up. This…

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Its That Time of Year!

Each winter MCB celebrates the "giving season" with a holiday gift drive. This year we are taking gifts for Rosie's Place, the oldest women's shelter in America. Your…

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Inaugural Harvard B4 Fellowship Opens New Doors for Postdocs

One year ago when Parvathi Sreekumar earned her PhD in Crop Physiology at the University of Agricultural Sciences in Bangalore, India, she never would have guessed that today…

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