Promoting innovative basic to translational research that addresses problems in neurology, neuropsychology and psychiatry.

CBBRe provides outstanding training of research students and fellows, feeding the pipeline of creative independent scientists in the fields of neuroscience and behavioral science within the northern plain states and nationally. The core members of the center are recognized in their field and are actively involved in research, the education of students, and in service to the neuroscience community.

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News in Brief

  • Mentoring Workshop for Faculty, Staff and Graduate Students

    During spring semester the USD-HHMI Inclusive Science Initiative and the Center for Teaching and Learning will hold Entering Mentoring, a Faculty Mentoring Workshop.

    These are facilitated sessions to teach best practices for mentoring and are available on Tuesdays (9-10 a.m.) or Wednesdays (noon-1 p.m.). They begin Jan. 21/22. The workshops will continue every week through March 31/April 1 (no meeting during Spring Break). Email Brian Burrell for more information.

  • Thank You

    Thank you to CGSO and all the CBBRe volunteers for the 2019 Spooky Science Booth at the Washington Pavilion. This event couldn't be successful without all of the volunteers that made it possible!

  • Congratulations

    Congratulations to Brittany Bamberg and Rachel Rucker for receiving 2019 ORSP Undergrad Research Excellence Awards!

    Brittany Bamberg presented her work done under the mentorship of Dr. William Mayhan, titled "The Effects of In Utero Exposure to Alcohol" and Rachel Rucker presented her work done under the mentorship of Dr. Brian Burrell, titled "Diacylglycerol Lipase: Does Mutation of the Catalytic Region Influence Membrane Localization?"