by Carl Sherman
“There is this focus in science on studying one factor at a time, but diseases and disorders—particularly the most intractable ones—don’t arise this way,” says one researcher.by Jim Schnabel
It’s stronger than the average stimulant, but its mechanisms don’t appear to be new.by Jim Schnabel
“Cis P-tau” also eyed as possible trigger of Alzheimer’s disease.by Carl Sherman
Recent research provides strong evidence that
pollutants cause harms, and suggests underlying pathways and mechanisms. by Guy McKhann, MD
by Jim Schnabel
Personalized medicine may be the answer for brain tumor therapy, which desperately needs new ideas and approaches.
From our free print publication, Brain in the News.
Dana Foundation grantee Michael Lipton is
looking at the cumulative effect of heading impacts by monitoring changes in brain structure and function
with diffusion tensor imaging and cognitive tests. One of our Scientist Q&As.by Marisa M. Silveri, Ph.D.
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.