Research conducted by Foundation Grantee Grigori Enikolopov, Ph.D., is the cover story of the May 6 issue of Cell Stem Cell. Dr. Enikolopov’s study offers an explanation for why our brains produce fewer and fewer neurons...
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Alcohol and drugs of abuse such as cocaine and methamphetamines are well known to alter the normal workings of the human brain. For scientists like Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Grantee Paul A. Slesinger, Ph.D...
Shahrdad Lotfipour, Ph.D., began studying the pharmacology of drugs of abuse as part of a United States Fulbright Fellowship. This led him to graduate studies at the University of California where he studied the...
NARSAD Independent Investigator Louis-Eric Trudeau, Ph.D., and a team of researchers from the University of Montreal and McGill University have discovered a type of “cellular bilingualism” -- a phenomenon that allows a...
A recent breakthrough in schizophrenia research by NARSAD Independent Investigator Jonathan Sebat, Ph.D., is advancing the search for better treatments for this brain and behavior disorder.
Dr. Sebat and his team...