Behavioral Neuroscience

A live virtual webinar will be held in AIC 433 on Wednesday, June 26th from 8am-2pm. Refreshments will be available, and your welcome to bring food and beverages.  For disability accommodations please contact bns@wwu.edu or 650-650-2148 

Full agenda can be found here …

Students from Western’s Behavioral Neuroscience (BNS) program attended the Society for Neuroscience conference in Washington D.C. in November to present their research to other neuroscientists.

The conference brings in about 30,000 neuroscientists from around the world to share research…

Western Washington University is one of 24 institutions in the country selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Inclusive Excellence Program to receive a five year, $1 million grant to enhance student success in STEM fields, especially those students typically under-represented in…

"Do you Really Want to Know?" is a documentary about the complex emotional, ethical and psychological issues surrounding the new frontier of predictive genetic testing.

The film, by academy award-winning documentary filmmaker…

Faculty from WWU’s Behavioral Neuroscience Program and Biology and Psychology departments will gather for a neighborhood round-table discussion, “Neuroscience on Tap: Bring Your Own Brain (BYOB),” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, April 6, at Club Glow, 202 E. Holly St. in downtown…

A National Science Foundation Grant for $197,530 to Western Washington University has allowed for the purchase of a transcranial magnetic stimulator, a complex piece of equipment that will further Western’s study of how the brain functions and advance undergraduate training in Behavioral…

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