Jim Schnabel is a science journalist and author based in Florida.
‘Network Neuroscience’ Offers a Better Understanding of Brain Function
Researchers also hope to treat neural injuries and disease by correcting the brain’s network dynamics.
Imaging of Cognitive Impairment from Soccer Heading-Related Brain InjuryQ&A with Michael L. Lipton, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.R.
A Dana grantee's study indicates there may be a heading threshold above which the risk for brain damage increases significantly
Targeting Inflammatory Diseases With Electrical SignalsQ&A with Kevin J. Tracey, M.D.
Kevin J. Tracey, who heads the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research at the North Shore-LIJ Health System in New York, is perhaps the best-known pioneer of “bioelectronic medicine.”This drug-free strategy aims to reduce inflammation"
fMRI: Not a Mind Reader (Yet?)Briefing Paper
Laboratory demonstrations of “mind reading” with functional MRI have been increasingly impressive, but significant real-world applications are still years away.
Separating the Bad from the Good in NeuroimmunologyQ&A with Michael Dustin, Ph.D.
Dana grantee Michael Dustin describes new imaging techniques to study behavior of T cells in real time in mouse models of meningitis and multiple sclerosis.