- Matching Learning Style to Instructional Method: Effects on Comprehension
This paper by former TDLC trainee Beth Rogowsky, along with Barbara Calhoun and TDLC's Director of Translation, Paula Talla, was recently published in the Journal of Educational Psychology (July 28 , 2014).
- Four UC San Diego Faculty Win ‘Early Concept’ Grants from Obama’s BRAIN Initiative
TDLC Co-Director Dr. Andrea Chiba is one of four scientists at UC San Diego (among 36 recipients nationwide) who have been awarded Early Concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) awards from the National Science Foundation! TDLC researchers Janet Wiles and Laleh Quinn are also mentioned as primary researchers on the grant! Read more
- Dr. Terrence Sejnowski on KUSI News (8/14/14)
Salk Institute laboratory head talks new role in brain cells
TDLC's SejnowskI discusses newly discovered role of astrocytes in the brain.
- Gyorgy Buzsaki featured in articles about "Neurodata Without Borders." The collaborative project is aimed at making databases about the brain more useable and accessible for neuroscientists worldwide.
Neuroscience collaboration aims to increase data sharing
(8/5/14, The Daily Californian)
Prominent U.S. Research Institutions Announce Collaboration Toward
Sharing and Standardizing Neuroscience Data (8/4/14, The Kavli
- TDLC's Terry Sejnowski, with Barbara Oakley, have put together a set of lectures for Coursera on "Learning How to Learn," which launched on August 1, 2014, and will continue through the month. Click here to join or to learn more!
- Dr. Gedeon Deák Interviewed on Hangout On Air
August 5, 2014, 9:00-9:30 am (PST)
Click here to view the webcast More information
- Terry Sejnowski and Team Featured in the News:
Memory Relies On Astrocytes, The Brain’s Lesser Known Cells
(July 30, 2014, redOrbit)
Astrocytes, The Brain's Lesser Known Cells, Get Some Cognitive Respect
(July 28, 2014, Science 2.0)
- Tea For 3: Trainees Get To Know One Another!
Beginning this Fall, Tea for 3, a new, fun program to facilitate increased interaction among TDLC Trainees, will begin. Carmela Arstill, TDLC’s Diversity, Outreach & Translation Programs Manager, along with REU Trainee, Sarah Saturday, will be in charge of the logistics of the program. The simple idea is to prompt sets of three TDLC trainees, at multiple career stages and from different labs, to meet briefly to discuss their research and career plans over coffee or tea. More
- Gyuri Buzsaki Selected As A Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher for 2014!
TDLC Investigator Dr. Gyuri Buzsaki has been selected as a 2014 Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher. To earn this distinction, a researcher "ranks among the top 1% most cited for their subject field and year of publication, earning them the mark of exceptional impact." Members represent "some of the world's leading scientific minds." TDLC investigator Rusty Gage is also a member of this distinguished group. More
- Play Day for Educators!
Held at the San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park; July 24, 2014, 3:30-6:30pm
Educators and leaders in schools, universities, museums, learning centers…
Move, make, and play — merging art, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics! TDLC researchers will be participating and presenting workshops. More
- Gyuri Buzsaki Receives the Ariëns Kappers Medal
Gyuri Buzsaki received the Ariëns Kappers Medal on July 1, 2014, for his contribution to neuroscience, in particular for his role in understanding brain oscillations. This honor is awarded by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences on recommendation by the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience to people who made exceptional contributions to neuroscience.
More about the medal
- Emotient featured in Forbes Magazine (6/18/14)
What Does The Future Of Retail Look Like? Four Young Companies Provide A Glimpse
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This work was supported in part by NSF grant SMA 1041755 to the Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center, an NSF Science of Learning Center.
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