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Venturing into the Unknown: Investigating sex differences and the role of the lateral septum in territorial behavior , Vivian Li, UG '24 (B1E3E6CA)

Territory exploration in animals is conducive to gain knowledge about investigated environments and evaluate social information driven by recognition of chemosensory cues. Previously, it was known…

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How Does Estrogen Impact the Brain? A Study on the Interaction between Estrogen Depletion and Microglia, Sebastian Mehrzad, UG '26, Ida Narli, UG '26 (C6410DF1)

Estrogen is a sex hormone that plays different roles in the brain versus in the periphery. Notably, low levels of estrogen have been shown to be associated with spatial memory impairment and object…

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The Student Dilemma: How Does Stress Affect Learning? Claire Gilbert, UG '26 (0C0AA3FC)

As students, the environment in which we are expected to learn can often contribute to the stress of our everyday lives. Paradoxically, this stress actually makes it harder for us to learn.…

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Thinking About Pain, the Brain, and You, Toru Obunge, UG '24 (F39094D0)

There is growing research into psychological treatments for pain conditions, such as music therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and mindfulness-based interventions. However, a unifying…

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Linking Sleep & Gut Health: Circadian Rhythms in Antimicrobial Proteins, Talia Akoh-Arrey, GS (C00AC432)

Shift work, which refers to work schedules outside the hours of 7AM and 6PM, is a global practice employed in several industries. While being an essential part of the workforce, decades of research…

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NJ AI Summit - AI for Health

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Jonathan Cohen

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Council of the Humanities "Severe Brain Injury, Neuroethics, and Disability Rights: Why the Sciences and Humanities must be in Conversation"

Advances in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of consciousness heighten the possibility of recovery but also raise value questions that require more than scientific expertise. To address the…

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PLI Ken Norman

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decoding genomes

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OURSIP Intern - Caitlin Wang

Modeling Predictive Process in the Brain with Variational Autoencoders (VAE) Advised by: Prof. Tim Buschman, Princeton Neuroscience InstituteSeth Akers-Campbell, Princeton Neuroscience Institute…

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OURSIP Intern- Olivia Taylor

Amplifying Viral Sequences to Identify Cell-type Specific Enhancers Advised by: Prof. Fenna Krienen, Princeton Neuroscience InstituteLakme Caceres, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

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OURSIP Intern - Shirley Xue

Strengthening Memory Suppression in PTSD via Real-time Neurofeedback Advised by: Prof. Kenneth Norman, Princeton Neuroscience Institute Augustin Hennings, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

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Human Attention Judgement and the Attention Schema Theory of Consciousness, Kathryn T. Farrell, UG '25 and Sarah C. Kimmel, UG '24 (2770632)

Princeton’s Attention Judgment study aims to investigate the ability of the human brain to predict and model the attention of others. Our work is centered around the Attention Schema Theory of…

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Mapping Human Preference in the Mosquito Brain, Timothy W. Schwanitz, GS (2924323)

The Yellow Fever Mosquito is a globally invasive mosquito that prefers to bite human beings because it prefers the odor of human beings to the odor of other animals. In parts of its native range in…

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Going Ballistic! Elucidating the Transition from Repetitive Head Injuries to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Using a Novel Ballistic Impactor in Flies, Nicole J. Katchur, GS (2272683)

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a disease that affects the brain and worsens over time. CTE is associated with repetitive brain injuries (rTBI) and may lead to symptoms like memory loss and…

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