A Q&A with Franck Polleux, PhD, and James Noonan, PhD.
Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute hosts gathering of leading neuroscientists from across the country
Andrés Bendesky, MD, PhD, argues that deciphering the astounding diversity of animal behaviors will help to gain insight into ourselves. In appreciation of this work, he is now being recognized as one of the most promising early-career scientists in America.
By examining birds' courtship rituals, and deciphering how they learn to sing to each other, Sarah Woolley, PhD, is shedding new light on how two brains can connect to become a pair.
Columbia-led research solves decade-long scientific mystery; lays groundwork for entirely new investigations into cell biology and disease
A Q&A with Nathaniel Sawtell, PhD
Scientists at Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute have shed light on how a single change to our genome had a significant impact on the evolution of the human brain
Award recognizes Dr. Polleux’s groundbreaking research to map the brain’s wiring, lending insight into human cognition and our susceptibility to disease.