News from 2018

  • Research

Using X-rays to Quantify Lesions and Find Electrodes in the Brain [Cox Lab]

Lesioning (damaging) a particular brain region is one of the most important methods in neuroscience for determining the function of that region. Many groundbreaking discoveries were made through…

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  • Announcement

MCB Professor Receives Teaching Award

Prof. David Cox received the 2017 Roslyn Abramson Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Cox Lab Website  

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  • Announcement

DAVID COX’S POPULAR HARVARDX COURSE, FUNDAMENTALS OF NEUROSCIENCE

The Harvard Gazette writes about David Cox's popular HarvardX course, Fundamentals of Neuroscience.

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  • Archive, Education

HARVARDX LEARNING LABS FOR KIDS WITH DAVID COX

As an extension of his HarvardX for Allston program, Fundamentals of Neuroscience, David Cox spent last Friday at the Harvard Ed Portal with a roomful of cockroaches and…

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  • Archive

RUTH FONG ’15 NAMED RHODES SCHOLAR

Ruth Fong ’15, a computer science concentrator doing research in David Cox's lab, is one of two Harvard students named 2015 Rhodes Scholars. Every year, 32 students attending…

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  • Archive

DAVID COX RECEIVES GOOGLE FACULTY RESEARCH AWARD

David Cox, Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, is a recipient of a 2014 Google Faculty Research Award. The highly competitive one-year grant supports…

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  • Archive

DAVID COX SEEKS ORDER IN THE CHAOS OF FLEETING IMAGES

If you wanted to learn how a car works, you could look at that marvel of hybrid engineering, the Toyota Prius. But you might learn more fundamentals about…

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