Dr. Corina Bondi Receives Inaugural Early Career Award and is Secretary-elect of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society


Corina Bondi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and at the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research, was awarded the inaugural Early Career Award by the Nominations and Awards Committee of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society (IBNS), based on academic achievements, promise as an independent investigator and involvement within the Society. Her award plenary talk at the 24th IBNS Annual Meeting in Victoria, Canada, was entitled “Unraveling frontal lobe dysfunction after traumatic brain injury using preclinical models”. Dr. Bondi was also recently elected by the membership as the incoming Secretary within the IBNS Council, which has a 3-year term in office.