From Cortices to Cortices: High-dimensional Proteomic Analyses of Synaptic Complexes and Membrane Domains
Until ~25,000 years ago we shared the planet with other human species. These humans were large brained, cultural and perhaps even linguistic. I will argue that our species survived because we experienced natural selection for friendliness toward intragroup strangers.
"Brian Hare’s research on dogs, wolves, and great apes has been a game changer. No one is better placed to authoritatively translate the meaning of this research for a better understanding of the minds of dogs and our own species.”
— Richard Wrangham, author of Catching Fire and Demonic Males
Caitlin will provide an update on the research being conducted in the Jacobs Lab, investigating the effects of endogenous and exogenous hormones on brain structure.