Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Compound already tested in humans for other purposes and found nontoxic
Researchers have identified a cellular circuit that helps the mouse brain to remember which environments are safe, and which are harmful.
Yale researchers have shown that disabling a single molecule can help animals eliminate engrained fear responses.
The ability to turn human skin cells into neurons that produce serotonin will be a boon for researchers.
With scientists storing data in scores of different ways, Neurodata Without Borders provides a common format or “language" for brain data, beginning with neurophysiology
New study proves that sense of taste is hardwired in the brain, independent of learning or experience
Understanding and controlling microbiomes could lead to significant advances in human health and environmental sustainability.
The prestigious prize is named for her mentor at Yale University, pioneering neurobiologist Patricia Goldman-Rakic.
The new technique allows scientists to study diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's using cells from human patients
Cells in the brain’s dentate gyrus, a part of the hippocampus, enable Prozac's antidepressant effects in mice.