University of Arkansas Showcases Neuroscience Research

March 04, 2016 Photo by Matt Reynolds Nasya Sturdivant, a biomedical engineering doctoral student, explains her research to Chancellor Joe Steinmetz at the neuroscience research showcase. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Chancellor Joe Steinmetz said Tuesday at a showcase of the University of Arkansas’ brain and neuroscience research that future advancements in finding out how the brain works will rely on interdisciplinary collaboration. “When I started as a faculty member at Indiana University in the 1980s I basically worked alone,” Steinmetz said. “The brain is even more complicated than we imagined it would be 30 years ago. There are so many levels of neuroscience analysis that requires people to collaborate on all levels. I’m excited that the University of Arkansas is positioned well for neuroscience collaboration.” Steinmetz, an accomplished neuroscientist, spoke to…

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