Next FAC Meeting
Who are we?
FAC members are elected along 3 slates: Basic Biological Research, Clinical/Translational Science, and Patient Care and Training. Each slate has its own chair, who run the commitee together. For a list of all members see here.
Basic Biological Research
Co-Chair: Kay MacLeod
Clinical/ Translational Science
Co-Chair: Mary Strek
Patient Care and Training
Co-Chair: Lawrence Gottlieb
BSD Distinguished Faculty Awards:
Since 2011, the Faculty Advisory Committee has been honoring fellow faculty members for their contributions to our collective missions of excellence in education, research, diversity and inclusion, program innovation, service to the community and patient care. All current BSD faculty (except current FAC members, click here to view) are eligible to nominate and to be nominated for each of these awards. We encourage you to consider the talented and exceptional colleagues in your midst, and nominate them for their accomplishments. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to everyone who was nominated and selected for the 2019 BSD Distinguished Faculty Awards!
We are open to feedback on FAC’s past events. If you have any comments, please leave them here! We encourage faculty to share their thoughts!
Ideas & Suggestions
Any ideas or suggestions to implement in the future can be submitted here! We encourage faculty members to help us improve!
BSD in the NEWS (maybe)
I was thinking we could maybe put BSD/FAC related news/publications here?
Dr. Cacioppo was interviewed about the topic of loneliness. You can read the Q&A here!
We are beyond excited to invite you to the 10th anniversary of the non-profit Society for Social Neuroscience that will be held at the Museum of Science and Industry on October 17th, 2019. Social neuroscience is the interdisciplinary academic field devoted to...
One of the many studies we work on is the pregnenolone study, for patients with perceived social isolation. This particular study got Dr. Cacioppo featured in the Chicago Maroon! Check it out here.