Please register now and plan to join us on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, for the 2022 Gill Symposium and Awards.
If you have any questions, please contact us!
Bloomington, IN -- September 6, 2022
The focus of this year's symposium on cannabis is particularly apt as the Gill Center and IU Bloomington are among the world-leaders in cannabinoid research.Details about the Symposium
Hurricanes and Climate Change - August 10, 2023
Dr. Chank Kieu, assoc professor in IU's Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences will share the latest understanding about hurricanes and climate change, then invite questions.Join the discussion!
NEWS AT IU - JULY 5, 2022
The legalization of marijuana in several states brings with it the greater possibility early teens will use marijuana. Gill Center researchers seek to learn the impact on critical brain development.Understand the research
Popular Science Café Resumes -- June 2022
At Hopscotch Coffee each month, people sip drinks and eat snacks while enjoying an event that’s different from the concerts, films, and comedy shows that one often finds in Bloomington.Science, Coffee, & Conversation
Research Impact - May 19, 2022
Sensory processing disorders, which can make people overly sensitive to certain stimuli, tend to go hand-in-hand with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and schizophrenia.Learn more about Dr. Lu's project.
News at IU - May 10, 2022
Indiana University researchers are developing a wearable device to detect and treat an opioid overdose in real time, thanks to a National Institute on Drug Abuse grant expected to total more than $3.8 million over three years.Read about Dr. Mackie's research
DiscoverMagazine—February 1, 2022
According to Dr. Hui-Chen Lu, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and Director of the Gill Center for Neuroscience at Indiana University Bloomington, "There's very clear evidence that running produces more endogenous cannabinoids [than marijuana]."Read more about ECS
Current Biology—January 24, 2022 (Volume 32, Issue 2)
A Q&A with Dr. Dan Tracey, Gill Chair of Neuroscience and Professor in the Department of Biology at Indiana University Bloomington: Interviewed by Maxine Herman-Oakley Mills. Learn more about Dr. Tracey including what sparked his interest in biology, his fondness for Drosophila, and what he thinks he might have done if not for science.Learn more about Dr. Tracey
Prenatal exposure to THC, CBD affects offspring's responsiveness to fluoxetine. IU News—June 30, 2021
Undergraduate receives prestigious national award. IU Department of Biology News—April 8, 2021
Methadone research could help babies exposed to opioids in utero. IU News—March 17, 2021
Welcome to the compassionate classroom. IU News—November 17, 2021
2019 Gill Symposium to explore sex difference in the brain. IU News—August 14, 2019
Volunteer leaders recognized for their contributions with Partners in Philanthropy awards. IU News—June 7, 2019
IU scientist embarks on Caribbean 'treasure hunt' in search of flies and wasps.IU News—February 12, 2019.