In recent studies on mice, researchers at Johns Hopkins Institute for Cell Engineering discovered how stem cells "eavesdrop" on communications between neurons in the brain. The findings are reported in the July 29 advance...
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Zhiping Pang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Cell Biology at UMDNJ-RWJMS-Child Health Institute of New Jersey won the 2012 Freedman Prize on July 27, 2012 for his development of a novel way to study...
NARSAD Grantee Linda Carpenter, M.D., is the lead author of a newly published study that demonstrates for the first time that transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), which uses an external magnet to non-invasively...
Brain and behavior disorders are increasingly considered to be caused by altered functioning in the circuitry of the brain. Now known to be a vast and sophisticated network, the circuitry of the brain has proven elusive...
Scientific Council Members Eric R. Kandel, M.D., and Helen Mayberg, M.D., discuss how new technologies are moving the field of brain and behavior research closer to developing diagnostic tools for mental illness. Where...