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Tessa van Leeuwen: 'Colour looks nicer than color'
Roshan Cools, the 'new' neuroscientist
Roshan Cools, the 'new' neuroscientist
Tansu Celikel: 'Making Sense of Sensation'
Simon Fisher: 'Genes as windows into human biology'
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Chair of the Donders Institute's Board of Directors

Per 1 January 2016, Professor David Norris has taken the chair of the Donders Institute's Board of Directors. The chair is rotating biennial. During the last term, the chair was held by Professor Guillén Fernandez.

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