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      • Undergraduate Research Opportunity!

        The West Virginia University Center for Neuroscience continues to cultivate the next generation of neuroscientists with an opportunity for undergraduate students to participate in our 9-week Summer Undergraduate Research Internship (SURI) program. Accepted students will gain invaluable experience as they study and work in high-tech facilities across over 40+ laboratories housed in modern research facilities. Students accepted to the 2013 SURI program will receive a $4,000 stipend, paid throughout the program, plus housing in the WVU-leased Pierpont Apartments, located near the Medical Center Campus. Please click on the the link below to to find out more! Undergraduate research opportunity

      • Neuroscience Grad Student Publishes!

        Jack Pemment, a graduate student in the Day lab, has published his first review paper. Pemment, J. (2010) The Neurobiology of Antisocial Personality Disorder: The Quest for Rehabilitation and Treatment, Aggression and Violent Behavior (In press) Jack is currently working on his master's thesis, exploring the autonomic stress response in martial artists.