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Monday, November 30, 2015

CMU Receives $3 Million NIH Grant To Study Healthy Aging

David Creswell blends health psychology and neuroscience to investigate the mechanisms and pathways for stress resilience, and in the process has helped to define the new field of health neuroscience. His work utilizes stress management approaches, such as mindfulness meditation and self-affirmation, to study the neurobiology of stress resilience circuits in the brain.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Philosophy Grad Student Wins Big at Startup Weekend Civic Pittsburgh

Most people don't think philosophers as natural entrepreneurs. But, CMU's Lizzie Silver is proving that isn't true.In September, UP Pittsburgh hosted a Startup Weekend unlike any of the other dozen it has hosted before. And, Silver's proposal for involveMINT came out on top.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Studying the Human Visual System

Michael J. Tarr is a world-renowned cognitive scientist who studies the human visual system. In this video, he talks about Carnegie Mellon University's long history in brain research, his own work and what the future holds for CMU's BrainHub initiative.
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