This U of M Brain Science Genius

This U of M Brain Science “Genius” Has Justice on His Mind

February 15, 2021

Beyond Dr. Damien Fair’s groundbreaking ADHD and autism findings, he’s fighting racism in academia and getting real on Twitter

“Your brain—it’s a fascinating place, says Damien Fair. He would know. In 2020, the University of Minnesota neuroscientist earned a MacArthur “genius grant”—one of 21—for studying the brain in its ostensibly least fascinating state: while at rest.

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