Scientific Council Member, Bryan L. Roth, M.D., Ph.D., developed a special receptor that was added to serotonin-producing neurons in mice, enabling a powering down of these cells, which affect breathing, body temperature...
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Using a combination of genetic engineering and laser technology, Garret D. Stuber, PhD, Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Young Investigator and colleagues have discovered the role of connections between two...
Hongjun Song, Ph.D., Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Independent Investigator and colleagues, developed computer programs and devised a new imaging technique that allowed them to examine stained slices of...
Optogenetics, a new technology invented by Karl Deisseroth, M.D., Ph.D., with the help of a Foundation Young Investigator Grant, gives researchers extraordinary control over specific brain circuits — and with it, new...
"What's most hopeful about our field today is the fact that we have the technologies in hand that will get the answers to mental illness in ways never before possible," says Bryan Roth, M.D., Ph.D., and member of the...