EBI

The Emotional Brain Institute (EBI) is a joint initiative between New York University and New York State. The goals of EBI are to understand emotions and their impact on mind and behavior, to use emotion to bridge between scientific and other academic disciplines, and to enhance public understanding of emotions and the brain (see EBI Mission). EBI members are located at the Washington Square Campus of NYU, the NYU/Langone Medical Center, and the Nathan Kline Institute (NKI) (see EBI Sites).

Emotional Brain Institute lecture on April 4, 12:30pm

Dr. Pascale Gisquet, from the French National Center for Scientific Research, Neurosciences Paris-Saclay Institute(NeuroPSI) will present: "Memory Integration: an Alternative to the Consolidation/Reconsolidation Hypothesis" in Meyer Hall (4 Washington Place), Room 121, on April 4, 12:30pm

Don Wilson has received the 2014 †Max Mozell Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Chemical Senses

Don Wilson has received Max Mozell Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Chemical Senses for 2015. Don is an affiliate of CNS and a member of the Emotional Brain Institute. He is also a Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NYU Langone. His lab is at NKI. Congratulations, Don !

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