Behavior and the Nervous System
Research in neuroscience and animal behavior is integrated into the BFB curriculum from early coursework in the major, to collaborative research experiences in small teams of students, to long-term student/faculty collaboration on federally-funded research project. Neuroscience and Animal Behavior students at F&M often serve as coauthors on publications and/or present their research at national meetings of professional societies in neuroscience, biology, psychology, and animal behavior (e.g., The Society for Neuroscience, The American Psychological Association; see below for additional details).
On April 19 in the Frey Atrium of the Life Sciences & Philosophy Building, 40 juniors and seniors presented during the annual Biology Elective Poster Session.Read More
In Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park, a researcher from Franklin & Marshall College is observing the health of chimpanzees with simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), the virus that led to the AIDS...Read More