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The Thalamus is an area of the brain that helps process information from the senses and transmit it to other parts of the brain.
Georgia State University-led study identifies structural brain abnormalities in schizophrenia patients

Georgia State University-led study identifies structural brain abnormalities in schizophrenia patients

MIT researchers reveal key brainwave changes among patients receiving nitrous oxide

MIT researchers reveal key brainwave changes among patients receiving nitrous oxide

Duke Medicine scientists produce 3-D map of human brain stem using MRI technology

Duke Medicine scientists produce 3-D map of human brain stem using MRI technology

Malfunction of brain architecture can prompt neuron to make 'early-career' switch

Malfunction of brain architecture can prompt neuron to make 'early-career' switch

Brandeis University researchers discover brain abnormality responsible for schizophrenic symptoms

Brandeis University researchers discover brain abnormality responsible for schizophrenic symptoms

UO researchers uncover how the brain encodes and translates sounds

UO researchers uncover how the brain encodes and translates sounds

Hypermethylation serves as protective barrier inhibiting development of ALS, FTD

Hypermethylation serves as protective barrier inhibiting development of ALS, FTD

Cannabis abuse affects long-term memory, finds new Northwestern Medicine study

Cannabis abuse affects long-term memory, finds new Northwestern Medicine study

New study shows how anterior cingulate cortex can be stimulated to control pain

New study shows how anterior cingulate cortex can be stimulated to control pain

Researchers successfully monitor expression of genes in neurons

Researchers successfully monitor expression of genes in neurons

Sleep significantly affects memory organization in infant brain, shows study

Sleep significantly affects memory organization in infant brain, shows study

Researchers identify novel life-preserving circuit responsible for recognizing threats

Researchers identify novel life-preserving circuit responsible for recognizing threats

Brain uses separate pathway to recall old fear memories

Brain uses separate pathway to recall old fear memories

CSHL researchers describe new pathway that controls fear memories in the mouse brain

CSHL researchers describe new pathway that controls fear memories in the mouse brain

Alim Louis Benabid, Mahlon DeLong jointly win 2014 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award

Alim Louis Benabid, Mahlon DeLong jointly win 2014 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award

Microscope objectives for ultra-deep biological imaging introduced by Olympus

Microscope objectives for ultra-deep biological imaging introduced by Olympus

Changes in the brain may explain premature babies' higher risk of neurodevelopmental disorders

Changes in the brain may explain premature babies' higher risk of neurodevelopmental disorders

NeuroSigma, VA partner to evaluate eTNS system for TBI patients in Phase I clinical trial

NeuroSigma, VA partner to evaluate eTNS system for TBI patients in Phase I clinical trial

Brain structure changes differ between schizophrenia symptoms

Brain structure changes differ between schizophrenia symptoms

Researchers identify control mechanism for mood disorders

Researchers identify control mechanism for mood disorders