Psychology and Neuroscience Announcements

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March 26, 2024

The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS) is proud to announce that its paid research experiences, the 

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April 10, 2023

Come out to celebrate the neuroscience seniors graduating with Distinction! Grab freebies and enjoy ice cream all while learning about the undergraduate neuroscience research going on at Duke.

Freebies are a first-come, first-served basis.

Kaylin Tsukayama working on the Neuroplicity team.

March 15, 2023

As a junior undergraduate, Kaylin Tsukayama - like many college students - wasn’t sure what direction she wanted to take in her career. She was a neuroscience major and had already spent nearly three years studying the subject and working in labs; yet, she was starting to question whether she wanted to continue in a natural science field.


July 25, 2022

In 2013, the first Bass Connections research teams embarked on ambitious projects to tackle real-world challenges ranging from gender inequality in STEM education to children’s mental health to climate policy in the U.S. to rural poverty. Since then, the program has supported nearly 500 interdisciplinary teams and brought together more than 4,000 faculty, students and staff to conduct cutting-edge research spanning dozens of disciplinary fields and world regions.

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September 23, 2022

If you are going to be on campus for Homecoming this upcoming week, please stop by DIBS on Friday to say hello! We would love to see you again! Dr. White will have brains out from 4-5pm if any of you would like to re-live your undergraduate experience! Please let Tyler know by writing to her at

August 1, 2022

We are seeking applicants for a full time research assistant in the laboratory of Raj Morey, M.D. Dr. Morey’s lab  is affiliated with the Brain Imaging and Analysis Center at Duke University and also the Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center at the Durham VA Medical Center.

June 1, 2022

The LaBar lab at Duke University seeks a talented associate in research to execute human subjects research on the cognitive neuroscience of emotion.

The position is supported by NIH-funded grants on emotion regulation and computational approaches to emotion representation in the brain. State-of-the-art facilities include multimodal psychophysiological recording and fMRI scanning on research-dedicated 3T MRI scanners.

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March 30, 2022

After what seems like forever, we are hosting our annual Graduation with Distinction/End of Year poster celebration, and you're invited! Join us April 19th from 4:30-6pm in DIBS for swag and sweet treats while perusing the varying projects our senior neuroscience majors have done. This would be a great opportunity for those of you who live close by to drop in and network.

We'd love to see you there!


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January 5, 2022

Our biggest student group, the Neuroscience Majors' Union, is opening up submissions for alumni to showcase their creative side! Come be a part of the fun!


December 20, 2021

After years of inactivity, we are revamping our P&N Alumni Spotlight and would love to feature you! If you are interested in this, please write to Christian Jones at and she'll get you started. We are looking forward to sharing your experiences with others!


November 10, 2021

We are looking for individuals who took a gap year after graduating from Duke! We have several undergraduate students who are looking into the experience of a gap year and we would love your input. If you are willing to share, please fill out this short Qualtrics link

Thank you for continuing to be an important part of the neuroscience major!


September 28, 2021

We are looking to constantly improve our students' experiences with the undergraduate neuroscience major. Occasionally, a survey to check in about it is needed. If you're from c/o 2010-2020 we would appreciate it if you gave us some updates about what's happening in your life and career.

2021 grads

May 26, 2021

From all of us in the neuroscience major: congratulations to our recent 2021 graduates! We want to express our sincere appreciation for having been able to work with all of you over the years. Best of luck!

Class of 2019

January 21, 2021

Hello one and all--we want to welcome you to the official Neuroscience alumni page! Please check in for news, events, and any other fun highlights!