I feel a personal responsibility to engage the public and communicate the importance of what we do as scientists. I do this in several ways:
International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge 2009: First Place, Informational Graphics. See the video presentation.
In a study published in the early online edition of the journal PAIN, Fadel Zeidan, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology and anatomy, has identified through imaging the part of the brain that is activated when a person expects one level of pain but experiences another.
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