Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University
Purdue Institute for Integrative Neuroscience
making memories since 2014
Scientists are mad for March Madness! Getting into the spirit for March Madness, Susan takes part in a promotional series for Purdue's Life Sciences
Sangha Lab undergrads take over campus! Ellen, Eliza, Makenzie, Mikayla and Tara all present their undergrad research projects.
Eliza and Makenzie win 3rd place at the Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference
Eliza wins 1st and Ellen takes 2nd at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference
Makenzie Norris selected for oral presentation at the Purdue Undergraduate Research Conference to discuss her research in the Sangha Lab
Sangha Lab represents at the Pavlovian Meeting! Ka, Iris and Makenzie present posters. Susan gives a talk and is elected into the Executive Committee of the Pavlovian Society
Ka wins a travel award from the Greater Indiana Society for Neuroscience meeting. Only 2 students selected! Award includes giving a talk at the meeting. Fantastic job!
Winter commencement: a Masters for Ka and a Bachelors for Philip
Ka defends his Masters thesis! Onwards and upwards to the PhD in the Sangha Lab.
Houston Meminger wins an Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) award to recognize his engagement in original research, scholarship and creative work under the guidance of a Purdue faculty mentor
Dr. Iris Müller awarded a Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Sangha & Foti book Neurobiology of Abnormal Emotion and Motivated Behaviors: Integrating Animal and Human Research is being nominated for a Prose Award for Excellence in Reference Works by the Association of American Publishers
Eliza is named the 2017 recipient of the John M. Hadley Outstanding Senior Award!!
Susan wins the 2018 Neuroscience Alumnus of the Year award from the Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary, Canada
Susan is awarded a 2018 Purdue University Seed for Success Award for Research in Excellence
Ellen, Tara, Makenzie and Mikayla (clockwise from top left) present their undergraduate research projects at the Greater Indiana Society for Neuroscience meeting.