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Frames of mind
An animal’s brain is a finicky thing. In particular, neurons display incredible flexibility in responding to internal states such as hunger, aggression, or arousal. For neuroscientists, it’s yet another wrinkle in understanding our wrinkliest organ.
Meet our scientists: Titia de Lange
Titia studies how telomeres protect chromosome ends from the DNA damage response and the role of telomeres in cancer.
Summer research program for high-schoolers
Applications to our Summer Science Research Program are now open for all high school students, aged 16 and older. From June 27 through August 11, students will spend up to 35 hours per week engaging in a variety of lectures, activities, and interactive lessons designed to promote a deepened understanding of biomedical research and its relationship with society. Submit your application by January 3, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.
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