Awarded! Now we’re looking for talented postdocs to join our team.
Thank you to the Whitehall Foundation for the decision to fund our project on Social Thermoregulation!!
Excited that we presented our work at this excellent meeting! Great job Zahra and Hunter!!
Congrats to Hannah for being awarded a NCMIC Foundation Fellowship!! We are excited about her project, which also represents the first collaboration between the Routh and Carcea labs!
Excited about our new manuscript published today in Nature! We show that mother mice can ‘teach’ others how to take care of pups, and we show how oxytocin neurons are implicated: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03814-7
We were delighted to participate to the MET conference in Bucharest, Romania! It was fantastic to see all the beautiful talks from Social Neuroscience, Psychotherapy and Drama Therapy. Grateful to all the speakers and more than 300 members of the audience! We hope we can do this again soon!
We are very proud that Sheetal, who completed her Master’s thesis in our lab, received the Outstanding Master’s Student Award from Rutgers University! We congratulate Sheetal and wish her the best of luck in her career!!
Great consulting today by https://www.sixpathsconsulting.com/ on strategies and virtual tools for continuing to work closely on experimental plans, data analysis, manuscript preparation and grant writing while socially distanced. Many of these ideas will continue to be relevant in the post-pandemic life for keeping track of project progress, long-distance collaborations and organizing and conferences.
Delighted to talk about our work at the Neuromatch virtual meeting! You can listen to the talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7ARz1QaFwI