Holly Hunsberger was featured in Postdocs, What Would You Tell Your Younger Self?
Josie McGowan was admitted to the Chateaubriand Fellowship Program
Omid Cohensedgh was admitted to the Summer Program for Underrepresented Students (SPURS): SPURS at Columbia University
Josie McGowan was admitted to the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Stephanie Cajigas was admitted to the Columbia University Genentech Fellowship Program and Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
The Atlantic: Preventing Mental Illness with a Stress Vaccine
Josie McGowan was admitted to the Columbia University Doctoral Program in Neurobiology and Behavior
Josie McGowan was admitted to the Summer Program for Underrepresented Students (SPURS): SPURS at Columbia University
Omid Cohensedgh was awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Summer Internship Stipend: Jack Kent Cooke
Nature Publishing Group: Webinar – Advances in neuroscience: New methods for correlating structure and function, featuring Drs. Kwanghun Chung and Christine Ann Denny: Webinar
Biological Psychiatry: From mice to men: can ketamine enhance resilience to stress?
New York Post: Thanks to science, you can soon wipe out your worst memories
PBS NOVA: Memory Hackers
Nervous Talk: Review
Nautilus: A Vaccine For Depression?
Dr. Steven Hyde’s Book on Ketamine mentioning our work: Ketamine for Depression
New York State Office of Mental Health News: PDF
Dr. Denny’s commentary at CBS News: How do you recognize a long-lost friend?
Columbia University Medical Center: Could a Dose of Ketamine Prevent Psychiatric Disorders Such as PTSD?
Josie McGowan (2nd from right) and Shannon Shipley (far right) were admitted to the SURF program for the summer. We are so happy they can stay for the summer.
Maia Lauria was admitted to the Amgen Scholars program for the summer and has been a great asset to the lab.
So proud of our high school student Randy!! NYC Student Research
Our poster was selected for a Nanosymposium at SfN. SfN2014
Dr. Denny’s lab was profiled for the Columbia Translational Neuroscience Initiative. CTNI
Dr. Denny was awarded a 2014 NARSAD Young Investigator Award. BBRF
Dr. Denny and Dr. Hen discuss their recent Neuron paper in this Neuron video abstract.
Columbia Medicine discusses the optogenetic projects being performed at Columbia University. Columbia Medicine
Ms. Farah Taslima, our very own undergraduate, talks about when the Philharmonic performed her music , not only in the US, but also abroad. She is a brilliant undergraduate and has become a teacher of young composers.
Med Device Online discusses Dr. Denny’s work. Med Device Online
In the first post of his Creative Minds series, Dr. Francis Collins discusses Dr. Denny’s new technology. NIH Director’s Blog
The Biological Sciences department of Columbia University announces Dr. Denny’s award. Biological Sciences
Columbia University announces 3 High Risk-High Reward Research Awards. Columbia