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- Doris Ling won the Outstanding poster presentation award, at BPRI Symposium 2023.
- Rishabh Chandak won the ‘Outstanding Dissertation Award’ from the Department of Biomedical Engineering! Way to go Rishabh!
- Mike Traner received a Cognitive Computational Systems Neuroscience Pathway fellowship (2018)
- Alex Chen received the Ralph Quatrano Award for Outstanding Bachelors Thesis in Biology (2018). Well Done Alex!
- Doris Ling received the Imaging Sciences Pathway Fellowship (2017).
- Srinath Nizampatnam – Finalist in the competition for the James L. O’Leary Prize for Excellence in Neuroscience Research 2017!
- Debajit Saha receives a 2-year fellowship from the McDonnell Center for Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience. Well done Deb! (August 2015).
- Haoyang Rong receives a 2-year Imaging Science Pathway fellowship (August 2015). Congrats Hao!
- Nalin Katta receives a Center for Biological and Systems Engineering Scholarship (August 2015). Congrats Nalin!
- Nathan King received a 2 year Imaging Science Pathway fellowship (August 2014). Congrats Nate!
- Chao Li received a Center for Biological and Systems Engineering Scholarship (August 2014). Congrats Chao!
- Paper published in the Dec. 2013 issue of Nature Neuroscience as a Cover article
- Barani Raman received the Wolfgang Gopel Award from the International Society for Olfaction and Chemical Sensing, in May 2011.
- “Good smells, bad smells; it’s all in the insect brain,” Beth Miller, WUSTL, August 2023
- “A ‘surprisingly simple’ arithmetic of smell,” Brandie Jefferson, WUSTL, Jan 2020. [Highlighted by NSF]
- “Nanoparticles create heat from light to manipulate electrical activity in neurons,” Beth Miller, WUSTL, July 2021.
- “Locusts help uncover the mysteries of smell,” Brandie Jefferson, WUSTL, Aug 2018. [Picked up by NSF news and Science Daily]
- “Wash U engineers to look at how the brain processes signals in different organisms,” Beth Miller, WUSTL Engineering News, Oct 2107.
- “Engineers developing self-powered brain activity recorder,” Erika Ebsworth-Goold, WUSTL Engineering news, Oct 2017.
- “$2.6 million to build a genetic toolkit for studying animal behavior,” Diane Lutz, WUSTLSource Magazine, Aug 2017. [Picked up by St. Louis Business Journal]
- “A simple sniff,” Erika Ebsworth-Goold, WUSTL Source Magazine, April 2017
- “What a locust nose taught Wash U Engineers about monkeys’ ears,” Beth Miller WUSTL Engineering News, May 2017 [Highlighted in NSF 360]
- “Engineers to use cyborg insects as biorobotic sensing machines,” Beth Miller, WUSTL Engineering News, July 2016 [picked up by BBC, Washington Post, Popular Science, KMOV, NPR, St. Louis Post, Telegraph, Forbes, and other prominent news outlets)
- “Raman seeks to replicate the sense of smell with NSF CAREER Award”, Tony Fitzpatrick, WUSTL Engineering News, September 2015.
- “Locusts provide insight into brain response to stimuli, senses”, Beth Miller, WUSTL Engineering News, April 2015.
- “Swarming insect provides clues to how the brain processes smell”, Beth Miller, WUSTL Engineering News, November 2013.
- “Security Innovators”, Beth Miller, WUSTL Engineering Momentum, Spring 2013.
- “What’s that smell,” Christine Piggee, Analytical Chemistry, Nov 4, 2008
- “Sniffing out a better Chemical Sensor,” Mark Esser, NIST Tech beat, October 28, 2008
- “Pavlov’s moth: olfactory learning and spike-timing-dependent plasticity,” J. P. Meeks and T. E. Holy, Nature Neuroscience, Vol. 11, pp. 1126-1127, October 2008.
- “Moths with a Nose for Learning,” Mark Esser, NIST Tech beat, October 1, 2008
- “Neural nets find a niche,” David Perear, Defense Systems Magazine, July 7, 2008
- “The Science of Scent,” Susan E. Cotton, Texas A&M Engineering Research Magazine, 2006.