Mind Brain Behavior extends warm congratulations to the Class of 2019. Our graduates include 39 seniors completing track and secondary field programs. We recognized our graduating students with a ceremony held the morning of Wednesday, May 29th at the Harvard Faculty Club. The event included a welcome from MBB Education Program Coordinator Shawn Harriman and remarks by MBB Initiative Co-Director Albert Galaburda (Emily Fisher Landau Professor of...
MBB has selected its Mary Gordon Roberts Thesis Fellows for summer 2018. These undergraduates will be conducting senior thesis research this summer, and their fellowships include grants to enable this research. Support for these fellowships have been provided by Mary Gordon Roberts, the Gordon family, and the Office of the President and Provost. We...Read more about Mary Gordon Roberts Summer MBB Fellows 2018
Mind Brain Behavior extends warm congratulations to the Class of 2018. Our graduates include 48 seniors completing track and secondary field programs, and this class was our largest in 12 years and included our largest group of secondary field graduates ever. We recognized our graduating students with a ceremony held the morning of Wednesday, May 23rd at the Harvard...
The Harvard Mind Brain Behavior Interfaculty Initiative’s Young Investigator Series is hosting an upcoming speaker event on Thursday, April 12, at 5:30pm in the Richard B. Simches Research Building at Massachusetts General Hospital. This event’s talks will focus on interdisciplinary topics within clinical psychology – see the attached flyer for details. All fellows, postdocs, residents, and early investigators are welcome to come! Free pizza and refreshments will be served. Please spread the word, and we hope to see you there!
When: Wednesday March 28, 2018 10AM-3PM Where: Austin Hall 200 Ames Courtroom, Harvard Law School
We are delighted to invite you to hear talks from prominent researchers in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry, reflecting the interdisciplinary spirit of the MBB inter-faculty initiative. Speakers will present their research and...Read more about MBB Mini-Conference for Young Investigators
5:15 - 6:45 PM Wexner 436 (Harvard Kennedy School) 79 John F. Kennedy Street, Cambridge
Gift giving is an ancient custom, but modern science and philosophy are only just beginning to shape our understanding of what it means to give. Come hear our expert panelists as they discuss the psychosocial and biological underpinnings behind why we give, illuminate what gifts matter most, and challenge our conceptions on what gifts can be.
5:15 - 6:45 PM William James Hall, B1 33 Kirkland Street, Cambridge
Sleep, we all know we need it, and most of us have at one time or another felt the consequences of getting too little of it, but WHY? Come and learn from cross disciplinary thought leaders as they discuss the biological and psychological underpinnings of sleep, the effects of too little sleep on cognition and academic performance, and the potential for future technologies to monitor and/or improve sleep quality.