Ranjita Poudel, a second year graduate student in the Neuroinformatics and Brain connectivity lab, has been awarded the Edward and Rita Girden Cognitive Neuroscience Scholarship for $1470. This scholarship will supplement Ranjita’s travel to the 2017 Human Brain Mapping conference this June 25-29 in Vancouver, Canada. She will be presenting a poster entitled “Behavioral decoding of functionally related brain areas consistently linked to drug cue reactivity”.

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