One of the largest studies to investigate birth complications and later mental health has found that premature birth (less than 32 weeks gestation) constitutes a single, independent risk factor for a range of severe brain...
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The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters awarded the Kavli Prize in Neuroscience for 2012 to Ann M. Graybiel, Ph.D., Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for “elucidating basic neuronal...
NARSAD-funded researchers discovered that new nerve cells formed in the hypothalamus section of the brain could lead to weight gain. The study by Johns Hopkins' scientists was published in the May issue of Nature...
NARSAD Independent Investigator Grantee, Gabriel Corfas, Ph.D., is one of the authors of a new study that found that mice carrying a certain mutated form of gene displayed the human-like symptoms of attention deficit-...
NARSAD Distinguished Investigator Grantee, Ron Davis, Ph.D., is the lead author of a new study that identified a mechanism essential for both forming memories and eliminating them after memories have formed. Dr. Davis is...