Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
New technology is expected to give researchers a dynamic tool to study the brain’s role in various behaviors.
Using multiple types of cells found in the brain’s hippocampus, Salk researchers modeled how connections between cells go awry in schizophrenia
Columbia researchers propose new and critical role for neurons in brain’s smell center.
Findings may be relevant to other disorders, from autism to PTSD
A Yale research team has identified a gene that when eliminated can spur regeneration of axons in nerve cells severed by spinal cord injury.
New research has revealed atomic-scale details about the workings of an experimental drug that boosts learning and memory.
Rockefeller researchers report on an unusual cell-death process whose discovery could shed new light on how cells bury their dead.
Salk team charts pathway for fear in worms to reveal more about human anxiety
Technique doesn’t require the addition of sensing molecules from outside the cells.
Adult ‘neurogenesis,’ observed in other species, appears not to occur in humans.