Sunday, December 4, 2016

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The symposium will be held on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union.
Student Research Symposium Calls for Submissions
MRI scans revealed that connections between white matter in the brains of young people with autism were more symmetrical across hemispheres. (Credit: Ralph-Axel Müller)
Division of Labor in the Brain
Language barriers can make it difficult for patients to communicate with doctors. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/National Cancer Institute)
Speaking the Language of Health
This year
SDSU Well-Represented at Largest Neuroscience Meeting
The cover of “Shellfish for the Celestial Empire: The Rise and Fall of Commercial Abalone Fishing in California" (Credit: Todd Braje)
Fishing for Answers about Chinese Abalone
Martin Sereno, a psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, is a pioneering figure within the world of functional MRI.
SDSU’s Brain Imaging Pioneer
Jennifer Thunstrom, Connor, and Heather Corliss (right). (Photo: Sandy Huffaker Jr.)
Portraits of Courage: Heather Corliss
The most telling hallmarks of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder are physical. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons/High Contrast)
Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Disorder More Easily
SDSU researchers will examine state policy and determine which procedures might be strengthened for higher-quality training.
Educational Leadership Department Selected for $47 Million Initiative
Aaron Elkins graduated from SDSU in 2003 with a bachelor
Leading Artificial Intelligence Researcher Joins SDSU Faculty
The three SDSU students studied abroad at Tiradentes University in Brazil this summer. (Photo: Ariella Goldstein)
Collaborating Coast to Coast
Lianne Urada focuses on social work with a macro perspective. (Courtesy: Lianne Urada)
Social Work Professor Specializes in Community