Leah Somerville selected for Flux Young Investigator AwardSeptember, 2018
Leah Somerville, lab director, accepted the 2018 Young Investigator Award for the Flux Society for Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at the 2018 Flux meeting in Berlin.
Erik Nook's research featured in Harvard MagazineJune, 2018
Erik Nook's research in ANDL was featured in an article entitled, "Probing the language of emotion" in Harvard Magazine.
Congratulations, 2018 graduates!May, 2018
Congratulations to our undergraduate research assistants who are graduating from Harvard College in the Class of 2018, Amanda Brandt, Mia Charifson, Aridenne Dews, Sandy Li, Kayla McGarrell, & Brad Riew! Additional congratulations to Caitlin Stavish, who is graduating from Boston University in the Class of 2018!
Congratulations, Dr. Rodman!May, 2018
We are very proud of the lab's first ever PhD graduate, Dr. Alexandra Rodman!
Leah Somerville takes part in Nebraska Symposium on MotivationApril, 2018
Leah Somerville was honored to take part in the 66th Annual Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, which was focused on the topic, "Emotion in the Mind and Body".
BARBARA BRAAMS RECEIVES YOUNG TALENT PRIZEApril, 2018
ANDL postdoc Barbara Braams has been selected for the Young Talent Prize by the Dutch Neuroscience Society. She will receive her award at the Dutch Neuroscience Annual Meeting in Lunteren, Netherlands in June. Congratulations, Barbara!
LAB OUTREACH FOR 7TH GRADERSApril, 2018
The lab teamed up with the Harvard Ed Portal to host several groups of seventh grade students for a college course on "The Teen Brain" as part of the Harvard Public School Partnership program! The seventh graders spend a day at Harvard, interacting with students and faculty, to foster their college-going identify formation.
ANDL Outreach featured in Harvard GazetteMarch, 2018
The Harvard Gazette profiled the lab's scientific outreach efforts to students in the greater Boston area!
Leah Somerville selected for SANS Early Career AwardJanuary, 2018
Leah Somerville was selected for the Social & Affective Neuroscience Society Early Career Award. This award recognizes an early-stage investigator who has made significant contributions to Social and Affective Neuroscience terms of outstanding scholarship and service to the field.
Leah Somerville selected for Robert L. Fantz Memorial AwardDecember, 2017
Leah Somerville has been selected for the American Psychological Association Robert L. Fantz Award. This award is given annually to support careers of promising young investigators conducting scientific research on perceptual-cognitive development and development of selective attention.