The Mind Brain Behavior Interfaculty Initiative (MBB) was introduced in 1993 to encourage an interdisciplinary community of faculty from across the University to engage in research and other academic activities aimed at elucidating the structure, function, evolution, development, aging, and pathology of the brain in the context of human behavior, genetics, and society. Since then, our initiative has expanded to include all members of the Harvard community who have a connection to the study of the mind, the brain, or behavior. Learn more
MBB welcomes applications from Harvard graduate students for 2017-2018 workshop leader positions in its undergraduate thesis program. See Position Announcement for details.
MBB welcomes course proposals from Harvard faculty and affiliates for the coming academic year (spring 2018 semester). See Call for Proposals for details.<embed>