by Jim Schnabel
by Jim Schabel
Brain mapping research is one of the hottest fields in
neuroscience, with support from several high profile initiatives in the US and
abroad. Leaders in the field weigh in on new research advances and what we
ultimately hope to learn from these intricate maps. One of our series of briefing papers.
function of ALS-linked protein TDP-43 seen as potentially major contributor to
disease.by Kayt Sukel
As doctors continue to tweak using electricity as therapy, a new meta-analysis suggests quicker application may be nearly as effective and has much less risk of side effects.By Jim Schnabel
growth hormone treatments, used during 1959-85, may have been contaminated with
“infectious” amyloid beta aggregates. by Guy McKhann, MD
by Marisa M. Silveri, Ph.D.
A Nobel Prize-winning neurologist/biochemist has transmitted a Parkinson's-like disease from the involved brain to a mouse model. From our print publication, Brain in the News.
Wrong-headed teen behavior isn’t due necessarily to a lack of knowing right from wrong, but rather an inability to hold back the wrong answer or behavior.
One of our series of Reports on Progress.