We would like to deeply appreciate and acknowledge the Kalapuya people and culture, highlighting the fact that the University of Oregon is located on Kalapuya Ilihi, their traditional Indigenous homeland. Succeeding treaties of 1851 to 1855, the United States government dispossessed the Kalapuya people of their homeland to the Coast Reservation in Western Oregon. Now, Kalapuyan descendants are citizens of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community of Oregon and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon. Descendants as well as other internally displaced peoples living within Oregon state lines continue to make vital contributions to our communities, the U of O, and present-day Oregon as a whole.
We thank the staff of the Institute of Neuroscience for their tireless efforts to make sure our research operations run smoothly. We are greatly indebted to all of our staff!
The NIH has generously funded two of our major projects, one on Brain States and Flexible Behavior (BRAIN initiative) and the other on Cortical Dynamics and Cortical/Behavioral Performance (R35).
We are grateful to the University of Oregon for their generous support in setting up my laboratory and supporting our research.
Dave and Nancy Petrone have generously supported our research and endeavors to make the world a better place.
David McCormick holds one of two presidential chairs at the University of Oregon. These chairs were funded through the generosity of Connie and Steve Ballmer.
We have received a 3-year award from Tiny Blue Dot Foundation to support our goal of using neuroscience and psychology to optimize positive mindset instruction for college students. We are extremely grateful for the generosity of this private foundation and their endeavor to find novel ways to have a positive effect on our communal mindset.
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