Krasnow Institute - The Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study
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Mission

The Krasnow Institute seeks to expand understanding of mind, brain, and intelligence by conducting research at the intersection of the separate fields of cognitive psychology, neurobiology, and the computer-driven study of artificial intelligence and complex adaptive systems. These separate disciplines increasingly overlap and promise progressively deeper insight into human thought processes. The Institute also examines how new insights from cognitive science research can be applied for human benefit in the areas of mental health, neurological disease, education, and computer design.

News & Highlights

Nadine Kabbani co-recipient of award from The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth May 26, 2015: Nadine Kabbani (Krasnow Institute, GMU) and Michael Scott (University of Virginia) ...

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Researcher Paige Epler Graduates at 19 May 14, 2015: GMU's youngest 2015 graduate, Paige Epler, receives her BS in Biology ...

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2015 Annual Neuroscience Symposium April 22: The 2015 Annual Neuroscience Symposium was co-organized by Students in Neuroscience (SiN) ...

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PBNJ Lab Earns 4-VA Innovation Award January 22, 2015: PBNJ lab (Physiological and Behavioral Neuroscience in Juveniles) has received a ...

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PBNJ Lab Earns Summer Research Award December 18, 2014: PBNJ lab (Physiological and Behavioral Neuroscience in Juveniles) has received a ...

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