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Our Mission

The mission of the Connecticut Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Sciences (CT IBACS) is to serve as both a beacon and incubator for research across the brain and cognitive sciences at UConn and beyond; promoting and supporting the interdisciplinary science of the mind and its realization in biological and artificial systems.

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“Anyone could, if they were so inclined, be the sculptor of their own brain.”
― Santiago Ramón y Cajal

Upcoming Events

  1. 4/13 EEB Ph.D. Defense: Andrew Stillman
  2. 4/14 NO Neuroscience Journal Club
  3. 4/14 PNB Seminar Series Rebecca Shansky, Ph.D.,
  4. 4/15 NO Neuroscience Virtual Seminar Series
  5. 4/16 Annual Logic Lecture
    Algebraic Constructions In Models Of Peano Arithmetic And Its Weak Fragments
    Paola D’Aquino (Università della Campania)
  6. 4/19 7th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium In Molecular And Cell Biology


  • Photo Announcing Educational Playcare Fellowship

Six Short Films Profiling IBACS-Affiliated University Researchers

  • Gerry Altmann