Graduate student Steven Anderson completed his NSF-funded East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute program. A closing ceremony was held in Beijing, China, on August 4 to honor Steven and the other participants. Congratulations to Steven for being selected for such an exciting opportunity!Read More
Dr. Elizabeth Losin is a judge at this year's Science Art Cinema Film Festival, hosted at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Science Museum. Join us on Thursday, August 31, as we watch short science and science fiction films. We're excited to celebrate science and art through the lens of film with some esteemed guests, including Christian Slater! Doors and pre-show entertainment at 6:30; festival at 7:30.Read More
Liz Losin is a panelist at the inaugural installment of the Patricia and Philip Frost Science Museum’s LIVE@Frost Science series, Hollywood Science & the Wonder Women of Miami. Read the University of Miami’s News Feature on the event here.Read More
Steven Anderson (SCN Lab graduate student) embarks on his National Science Foundation East Asia Pacific Summer Institute (NSF EAPSI) fellowship in the Culture and Social Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (PI, Dr. Shihui Han) at Peking University in Beijing, China.Read More
Jin Cheong, SCN Lab collaborator and Computational Social Affective Neuroscience Lab (PI, Luke Chang) graduate student, presents a poster titled “Temporal dynamics in biomarkers of doctor empathy modulates patient pain responses in simulated clinical interactions” at the 2017 meeting of the Association for Psychological Science in Boston, MA.Read More
The SCN Lab welcomes Madeleine Snider (SCN Lab undergraduate research assistant) as a summer research intern focusing on studying gender and ethnic biases in the perception of pain in others and its relationship to biases in opioid and non-opioid analgesic prescribing.Read More
Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Lab (PI, Tor Wager) research assistant, Morgan Gianola, accepts our offer to join the SCN Lab as a graduate student in Fall 2017.
Liz Losin presents the talk “A sociocultural neuroscience approach to understanding ethnic differences in pain report” at the University of Florida Center for Pain Research and Behavioral Health.Read More