Milman Receives ARCS Foundation Scholar Award
Congratulation to first-year Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience (BSN) student, Noah Milman, on receiving the ARCS Foundation Scholar Award. The ARCS Foundation is a national women’s group that aids advancement in science and technology by fostering the development of new scientists and engineers in the United States. Noah's research interest is in modifiable risk factors in development and neurodegeneration, specifically chronic stress in development and sleep in late adulthood and Alzheimer’s disease.
Nuñez Receives 2021 Promising Scholar Award
Congratulations to first-year Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience (BSN) student , Louis Nuñez, on receiving the Promising Scholar Award. Scholars are chosen based on their commitment to support diversity at OHSU. Louis's research interests include drug addiction, neurobiology, and behavioral analysis.
Department Diversity Statement
The Department of Behavioral Neuroscience is committed to ensuring that all graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, research assistants, staff, and faculty members are treated with dignity and respect. We understand that diversity enriches and improves the quality of research and ideas and creates an environment conducive to the development of novel, innovative solutions. We understand that a diverse representation in all levels of departmental functioning is key in promoting voices which might otherwise be silenced. We are committed individually and as a department to learning and growing so that we might continue to improve the ways in which we support diversity and respect, promote a welcoming environment, and abolish inequalities in all aspects of our work.