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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.
Neural clue to poor daytime concentration in insomnia

Neural clue to poor daytime concentration in insomnia

UCLA study suggests third possible cause for AD: Iron accumulation

UCLA study suggests third possible cause for AD: Iron accumulation

Researchers create mouse models to advance the study of unusual deadly diseases

Researchers create mouse models to advance the study of unusual deadly diseases

NeuroSigma receives FDA approval to begin Phase III trial of Monarch eTNS System for epilepsy

NeuroSigma receives FDA approval to begin Phase III trial of Monarch eTNS System for epilepsy

Research findings on brain development may shed light on neurological disorders

Research findings on brain development may shed light on neurological disorders

Study: COPD linked with increased risk of developing cerebral microbleeds

Study: COPD linked with increased risk of developing cerebral microbleeds

Study examines role of six-layered cerebral cortex in processing sensory information

Study examines role of six-layered cerebral cortex in processing sensory information

NeuroSigma's Monarch eTNS System to make Canadian debut at 30th International Epilepsy Congress

NeuroSigma's Monarch eTNS System to make Canadian debut at 30th International Epilepsy Congress

NeuroSigma announces launch of new website for Monarch eTNSTM System

NeuroSigma announces launch of new website for Monarch eTNSTM System

Restless legs syndrome and insomnia: a possible explanation

Restless legs syndrome and insomnia: a possible explanation

NeuroSigma receives Class 2 medical device license for Monarch eTNS System from Health Canada

NeuroSigma receives Class 2 medical device license for Monarch eTNS System from Health Canada

Study: Atrophy in an important area of brain predicts multiple sclerosis

Study: Atrophy in an important area of brain predicts multiple sclerosis

Brains of different people respond in same way to music, Stanford study says

Brains of different people respond in same way to music, Stanford study says

Atrophy of thalamus is important predictor of clinically definite MS, study shows

Atrophy of thalamus is important predictor of clinically definite MS, study shows

Biomedical professor details research progress toward reading, writing neural code

Biomedical professor details research progress toward reading, writing neural code

Study: Multiple sclerosis patients with cognitive problems have more brain damage

Study: Multiple sclerosis patients with cognitive problems have more brain damage

Researchers identify distinctive brain patterns associated with general anesthesia drug

Researchers identify distinctive brain patterns associated with general anesthesia drug

Mindfulness practitioners gain enhanced control over sensory cortical alpha rhythms

Mindfulness practitioners gain enhanced control over sensory cortical alpha rhythms

Menopausal brain changes support estrogen’s protective role in schizophrenia

Menopausal brain changes support estrogen’s protective role in schizophrenia

NeuroSigma receives third NIH grant to develop subcutaneous trigeminal nerve stimulation for DRE

NeuroSigma receives third NIH grant to develop subcutaneous trigeminal nerve stimulation for DRE