2001 Latin American Fellow Wins Collaborative Activity Award

02/25/2013 - Sidarta Ribeiro, a 2001 Pew Latin American Fellow, with the Brazilian Society for Neuroscience and Behavior (SBNeC), wins a Collaborative Activity Award: Understanding Human Cognition from the James S. McDonnell Foundation.

The award is provided to researchers identified by their peers as likely to continue to make important contributions to the ongoing effort to better understand the neural underpinnings and behavioral ramifications of human cognition.

The award will be used to support the third Latin American School on Education and the Cognitive and Neural Sciences, which will gather in Itacaré, a region in Bahia, Brazil, from March 4-15, 2013.

Read the full article on the James S. McDonnell Foundation website.

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