Eleni is giving a talk at the Neuroscience and Physiology Seminar Series this Friday (November 19th) at noon CST (1pm EST), at the School of Biological Sciences of the Illinois State University. The title of her talk will be:
“C. elegans maze learning, a multidisciplinary approach of a multisensory behavior”
On Sunday September 26, our SoniCelegans performance took place! Read the announcement here, and stay tuned for more details, backstage photos, footage, and recordings.
Student performers Faulkner Bodbyl-Mast (synthesizer), Indigo Knecht (tuba), Jacob Hume (cello), and Samuel Uribe-Botero (saxophone) did a wonderful job! Michael Gurevich provided brilliant guidance. We and our audience had Continue Reading »
Our abstract, “Chemotaxis in a neuromechanical model of C. elegans“, by M. Ivanitskiy, V. Booth, and E. Gourgou, has been accepted for presentation at Neuroscience 2021 (Virtual: November 8-11, In-Person: November 13-16, Chicago, IL).
Eleni was interviewed about her work on C. elegans‘ maze learning in aging worms. Our findings are included in an article for Simons Foundation News, published online last May (writer: Jennifer Michalowski). So exciting to see our work cited among the contributions of so many acclaimed researchers!
Allison was awarded the Luce Family Internship Fund Scholarship! This is a LSA Internship Scholarship for Summer 2021, and Allison will be continuing work in our group. Awardees were selected based on an application casebook, and there is a stipend included.
Congratulations, Allison! We are proud to have you with us!
A new, fascinating, interdisciplinary project, in collaboration with Michael Gurevich, Associate Professor of Performing Arts Technology.
The overarching theme of this project is to explore the concepts of learning, memory, neuronal networks, navigation, spatial orientation in an interdisciplinary way that bridges two research fields that are traditionally considered distant: experimental neurobiology and performing arts. Continue Reading »