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Mount Sinai researcher awarded $2.5 million to advance understanding of neurodegenerative diseases

Mount Sinai researcher awarded $2.5 million to advance understanding of neurodegenerative diseases

Our brain senses angry voices in a flash, study shows

Our brain senses angry voices in a flash, study shows

Online CBT can help treat gastrointestinal disorders in children

Online CBT can help treat gastrointestinal disorders in children

UT Austin researcher receives $2.5 million CZI grant for neurodegenerative disease research

UT Austin researcher receives $2.5 million CZI grant for neurodegenerative disease research

Chronic, refractory schizophrenia patients benefit from targeted cognitive training

Chronic, refractory schizophrenia patients benefit from targeted cognitive training

Drawing leads to better memory than writing

Drawing leads to better memory than writing

Individual neurons located within the brain have implications for psychiatric diseases

Individual neurons located within the brain have implications for psychiatric diseases

Laws to curb use of cell phones have greatly reduced fatalities for motorcyclists

Laws to curb use of cell phones have greatly reduced fatalities for motorcyclists

Researchers create new light-activated tools for controlling neurons

Researchers create new light-activated tools for controlling neurons

Scientists identify new drug target for potential blood pressure treatment

Scientists identify new drug target for potential blood pressure treatment

CZI announces over $51 million funding to fight neurodegenerative diseases

CZI announces over $51 million funding to fight neurodegenerative diseases

Scientists understand how sounds can incite fear

Scientists understand how sounds can incite fear

From Our Bench to Yours: Antibody Advice from Proteintech

From Our Bench to Yours: Antibody Advice from Proteintech

Researcher takes further steps in understanding how and why cute aggression occurs

Researcher takes further steps in understanding how and why cute aggression occurs

New CU Boulder study shows how spinal injury impacts circadian rhythms

New CU Boulder study shows how spinal injury impacts circadian rhythms

Cedars-Sinai research identifies neurons that play role in how people recognize errors

Cedars-Sinai research identifies neurons that play role in how people recognize errors

Novel approach gives new insights into formation of neurons in mammalian adult brain

Novel approach gives new insights into formation of neurons in mammalian adult brain

Eliminating microglia can reverse some aspects of stress sensitization, study shows

Eliminating microglia can reverse some aspects of stress sensitization, study shows

Combining toxic herbicide with sugar-binding proteins may trigger Parkinsonism

Combining toxic herbicide with sugar-binding proteins may trigger Parkinsonism

Yale researchers predict how people's eyes move when viewing natural scenes

Yale researchers predict how people's eyes move when viewing natural scenes