Dr. Shansky|The Hidden Impact of Stress

The Northeastern Magazine interviewed Dr. Shansky as well as Dr.  Heather Brenhouse and Dr. Richard Melloni on the impact of traumatic experiences.   “Three Northeastern psychology professors are exploring how traumatic experiences—violence, drugs, emotional abuse, and neglect—can rearrange the way our brains work. Their goal: to understand how these neurological changes make a person more […]

Sickness is Fascinating Blog Recap of Networking Talk

SfN14 blogging: Successful Career Advancement Through Networking: Is it Who You Know? Organizer/ Moderator: Dr. Mark Baxter and Dr. Rebecca Shansky What Networking is Not and What it is Dr. Rebecca Shansky, Assistant Professor at Northeastern University Dr. Shansky started the session off by explaining what networking is NOT. She says “Networking is not meeting […]

SfN ’14 Networking Session with Dr. Shansky

Dr. Shansky is teaming up with Dr. Mark Baxter of the Glickenhaus Laboratory of Neuropsychology at Mount Sinai to lead the networking session: “Successful Career Advancement Through Networking: Is It Who You Know?”. “Networking can have a powerful effect on a scientist’s career trajectory. Presenters will share tips and advice for successful networking, as well as vignettes […]

“What Lights My Fire” Talk

Becca has been invited to participate in a Ted-style lecture about what fuels her passion for neuroscience! It’s free and open to the public.   “What Lights My Fire THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 AT 6:00PM WEST VILLAGE F, 20 Hear our leading researchers describe the dreams that fuel their passion for science and discovery. TED-style talks by: […]