Diane Kelly

Senior Research Fellow
UMass Amherst
Participates in 2 items
Diane Kelly is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she maps brain circuits that control social behavior in mice, and describes the anatomical diversity and function of vertebrate genitalia. Despite the way that sounds, she is not a mad scientist. She is also at least partly responsible for a popular TED MED talk on mammalian penis anatomy, two science card games from Zygote Games, the University of Chicago Scavenger Hunt, and a number of amusing articles that can be found at Gizmodo, Mental Floss, FiveThirtyEight, and Wired.com

Sessions in which Diane Kelly participates

Friday 31 July, 2020

Time Zone: NZST/(GMT+12:00) Wellington
Ask a Scientist 50 minutes, 10:00 NZST - 10:50 NZST

Programming - Programme Room 1 (Webinar)


Bill Higgins, Fermilab (Panelist)

Silvia Caldararu (Panelist)

Alex Acks (Moderator)

Diane Kelly, UMass Amherst (Panelist)

Tsana Dolichva (Panelist)

Is Capitalism Stifling Research? 50 minutes, 12:00 NZST - 12:50 NZST

Programming - Programme Room 6 (Zoom Meetings)


Keith Kato (Panelist)

Raymond Sheh, Georgetown University (Panelist)

Benjamin C. Kinney, Escape Pod (Moderator)

Diane Kelly, UMass Amherst (Panelist)

Eric Picholle, CNRS (France) & author (Panelist)