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Lab News

2024 Celebration of Undergraduate Research

Undergrads from the Cohen Lab presented at the 2024 Celebration of Undergraduate Research!

Ellie Birdsong Receives a Student Undergraduate Teaching and Staff Award

Undergrad RAs from the Cohen Lab nominated Ellie, the lab manager and lead BrainMAP Study coordinator, for the Student Undergraduate Staff Award saying, “Though academia can seem exclusive, Ellie has made it abundantly clear to all of us through the … Read more

Triangle Society for Neuroscience Conference

Brenna Curtis, a Cohen Lab undergraduate research assistant, presented her senior honors thesis project poster at the Triangle SFN conference! Other members of the lab also came to support and attend the conference.

Mackenzie Mitchell Defended Her Dissertation!

Congratulations to Dr. Mitchell for successfully defending her PhD dissertation!