By Ross Keller, Editor-in-Chief
Hello readers! It has been a pleasure to run the blog for the past two years. We have garnered interest in numerous posts about a wide range of topics, and I hope you’ve all learned a lot. I have now defended my dissertation, so my time as editor-in-chief is at an end. Thus, I’m thrilled to announce the new editor-in-chief for Lions Talk Science, Daniel Hass. Daniel has contributed several posts to the blog and has been an associate editor here for the past two years. I know he will do a great job.
So without delay, Daniel will introduce himself.
Let’s get to know you a bit! Where are you from, where did you go to school, and what is your role at Penn State College of Medicine?
Hi I’m Dan! I did my undergrad at Franklin and Marshall College, where I graduated with a major in the Biological Foundations of Behavior—basically another term for Neuroscience. I love the topic, and so now I’m a Neuroscience Ph.D. student in Colin Barnstable’s lab, in the Department of Neural and Behavioral Sciences.