Brandeis neuroscientist Eve Marder ’69 awarded prestigious Kavli Prize

Brandeis neuroscientist Eve Marder ’69 awarded prestigious Kavli Prize The biennial prize for scientific innovation cites Marder’s research in brain development Photo/Mike Lovett Eve Marder June 2, 2016 Eve Marder ’69, the Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of Neuroscience at Brandeis, has been awarded the renowned Kavli Prize in Neuroscience for her groundbreaking research on the nervous system. “The Kavli Prize is one of the most prestigious in scientific research,” said Brandeis Interim President Lisa Lynch. “To have it awarded to Eve Marder, who is not only a pioneering neuroscientist at Brandeis but also an alumna, is a tremendous honor for the university. On behalf of Brandeis, I congratulate Professor Marder along with this year’s other Kavli Prize laureates.”  Marder’s research on the neural circuits controlling the movement of food through…


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