Jacobs attended the National Academy of Sciences 28th Annual Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium. The gathering is considered the Academy’s premiere activity for distinguished young scientists under 45.
Media coverage of our new Journal of Neuroscience paper
We're thrilled to welcome Caitlin Taylor to the lab this winter as a postdoctoral fellow.
I'm delighted to welcome Shuying Yu to the lab in August. She'll be leading our valiant effort to get a full fledged research laboratory up and running!
The Jacobs Lab move-in day is here!
Join us for the two week Kavli Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience.
Week 1: Brain Circuits in Behavior and Cognition
Week 2: The Stressed Brain
Emily will be leading a discussion on the role of sex steroid hormones in stress circuitry
The NIH's Office of Research on Women's Health is hosting a conference in conjunction with the 25th Anniversary of the ORWH. Emily will be speaking at a special session beginning June 7th, 11:15AM in the Natcher Conference Center (Building 45).
Emily Jacobs, Jill Goldstein, Karyn Frick and John Morrison joined forces for a cross-disciplinary symposium, “Early cellular, synaptic, and circuit-level biomarkers of sex differences in memory decline” in Philadelphia, May 2016.
Tune in to hear Emily's interview with John Hockenberry on NPR’s program The Takeaway
"Gender bias in health research leads to unintended consequences"
Emily to speak at the 15th Annual Learning and Memory Symposium, UCLA, Monday May 9th, 9-5pm. She will be sharing recent work characterizing the changes in memory function that occur in early midlife.
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