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Neuromodulation and Challenges Facing Translational Neuroscience

Jami L. Milton | April 26, 2017

In the next video of our Neurovox series, we feature Kip Ludwig, PhD, Associate Director, Mayo Neural Engineering Laboratories. Kip runs a research lab in bioelectronic…

Inscopix in the News! Check Out Our Miniature Microscope Technology Feature

Inscopix | April 19, 2017

Bloomberg visited Inscopix laboratories and made this fantastic video of our miniature microscope technology. Check out how our technology reads brain activity in real…

Seven Neuroscience Experts Give Career Advice

Jami L. Milton | April 18, 2017

We asked seven neuroscience experts for their advice to anyone desiring to make their mark, either at the research bench or outside of academia. Much of what they said…

Neuroscientists Identify Brain Circuit Necessary for Memory Formation

Anne Trafton | April 10, 2017

When we visit a friend or go to the beach, our brain stores a short-term memory of the experience in a part of the brain called the hippocampus. Those memories are later…

The Importance of Studying Neural Circuits for Understanding Psychiatric Disorders

Jami L. Milton | April 4, 2017

In another segment of our Neurovox series, Vania Cao, PhD, interviews Amar Sahay, PhD, an Assistant Professor at Massachusetts General Hospital, Center of Regenerative…

Grant Submissions, Research, Publications...We Can Help.

Jacqueline DeRose | March 29, 2017

After more than 15 years in academia, I recently crossed over to industry and joined Inscopix. Our company has the singular vision to accelerate fundamental discoveries…

Stanford Scientists Use Calcium Imaging to Study Pavlovian Conditioning in Neural Networks

Taylor Kubota | March 27, 2017

In the decades following the work by physiologist Ivan Pavlov and his famous salivating dogs, scientists have discovered how molecules and cells in the brain learn to…

Birdsong, Calcium Imaging, and Progress in Neuroscience

Jami L. Milton | March 21, 2017

Richard Mooney, the George Barth Geller Professor of Neurobiology at Duke University, and a leader in birdsong neuroscience sat down recently with our very own Vania Cao…

Parallel Neural Circuits Mediate Distinct Aspects of Fear Memory

Alice Stamatakis | March 8, 2017

Fundamental aspects of learning and memory are well conserved among species and are necessary for survival.  The hippocampus and amygdala are key regions of the brain…

Flashing Neurons as Science Art

Jami L. Milton | March 2, 2017

Check out this great blog post by Dr. Francis Collins highlighting Caitlin Vander Weele's research in Kay M. Tye’s MIT lab using our miniature microscope to show how…

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