Marder wins 2013 Gruber Prize in Neuroscience

The Gruber Foundation announced today that Professor Eve Marder  will receive the 2013 Gruber Prize in Neuroscience. The Gruber Neuroscience Prize “honors scientists for major discoveries that have advanced the understanding of the nervous system”.  Marder is being honored for her studies of  central pattern generation in the stomatogastric ganglion in crustaceans, a model system that has been influential in shaping the understanding of neural circuits in all organisms, and for her work at the intersection of theoretical and experimental neuroscience, with tools such as the dynamic clamp.

eve-sm-crop-2bMarder is Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of Neuroscience at Brandeis and Head of the Division of Science, as well as past president of the Society for Neuroscience. The Gruber Prize, awarded annually, includes a cash award of $500,000. The award ceremony will take place at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in November, 2013.

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