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In conversation with Aniruddha Das

To celebrate Pride month in the USA, Nature Neuroscience is having conversations with LGBTQIA+ scientists across multiple career stages to discuss their personal and professional experiences in research. In this Q&A, we are talking to Aniruddha Das, an associate professor at Columbia University, New York, USA. Das’s research uses macaque models to explore the cognitive basis of visual processing, attention, and motivation.

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Inglis, G. In conversation with Aniruddha Das. Nat Neurosci 27, 1032–1034 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41593-024-01662-y

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