Thank you to everyone who attended our Spring 2015 Symposium on Decision Making! We look forward to seeing you at our next symposium in the fall!



In response to the recent explosion of interest in the university-wide Mind, Brain, and Behavior (MBB) initiativeHSMBB was officially formed in the fall of 2002. Since then, HSMBB has pursued its mission of promoting multidisciplinary dialogue about, awareness in, and interest of topics related to mind, brain, and behavior, while working to provide a sense of community among students interested in these topics.

HSMBB members with Dr. Steven Hyman and Dr. Takao Hensch at the "Brave Neuro World" Symposium in Fall 2014.

HSMBB board members with Dr. Takao Hensch and Dr. Steven Hyman at the “Brave Neuro World” Symposium in November, 2014.

We pursue this mission in ways that range from organizing social events like pizza and movie nights to providing and promoting lectures on cutting-edge research in MBB fields. Students involved in HSMBB are sometimes pursuing the MBB track within their concentration (participating concentrations currently include Computer Science, History and Science, Human Evolutionary Biology, Linguistics, Neurobiology, Philosophy, and Psychology), but are just as often not formally pursuing an MBB track or MBB-related concentration. Anyone is welcome!

To learn more about us and what we do, click here.

To stay informed about us and learn about our upcoming events, subscribe to our e-mail list or like us on Facebook! (You won’t receive extraneous e-mails; our facebook page and e-mail list are moderated, so you’ll only get MBB or HSMBB-related messages.)

Read the FAQs for everything you need to know about HSMBB’s structure, membership, mailing lists, and more. If you have more questions, concerns, or want to get involved, e-mail our current co-chairs!