Carnegie Mellon University

The Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Science Lecture

Established by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as part of its centennial celebration, the The Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Science recognizes trailblazers in the brain and behavioral sciences whose research has helped advance the field and its applications. Each year, the winner is invited to Carnegie Mellon University's campus to deliver a scientific talk and they are presented with an original piece of artwork commissioned from artist Greg Dunn. The prize also awards a one-year graduate fellowship to a CMU student, who will typically have the opportunity to visit the recipient's lab. 

2021

Sheena Josselyn, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist, Program in Neuroscience & Mental Health

The Hospital for Sick Children, Research Institute, University of Toronto

Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 4:00pm E.T.

Making Memories in Mice

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Sheena Josselyn

Previous Recipients

2020

Marina R. Picciotto

Marina Picciotto

2019

Eve Marder

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2018

Krishna V. Shenoy

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2017

Nora Volkow

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2016

Alexandre Pouget

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2015

Ed Boyden

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2014

Ricardo Dolmetsch

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2013

Leslie G. Ungerleider (1946–2020)

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