Research in the News

Neuroscientist Awarded NIH Grant to Study Impulsive Behavior

Eduardo Gallo, Ph.D., an assistant professor in biological sciences, is trying to understand how an overlooked group of brain cells can control our impulses. His research, recently funded by a nearly $2 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health, could eventually contribute to the development of treatments and prevention methods for people with substance use and mental health disorders. 

University Unveils the Henry S. Miller Judaica Research Room

It was an unexpectedly emotional affair on the fourth floor of the Walsh Library when faculty, students, staff, and friends of Fordham’s Center for Jewish Studies gathered to inaugurate the Henry S. Miller Judaica Research Room and celebrate the center’s fifth anniversary on Oct. 20.