Dr. Ashley Ingiosi Talk About Biology of Brain While Sleeping

A postdoctoral researcher in Marcos Frank's lab, she discusses her work examining astroglial biology in sleep and sleep…

Sushmitha Gururaj | September 29, 2020

Recent breakthroughs in optical-based imaging in nonhuman primates promise to fundamentally advance our understanding of brain…

Jonathan Nassi and Eric Trautmann | June 17, 2021

Since this is my first blog post, I think a brief introduction is in order! I am currently the Director of Translational Science…

Jonathan Nassi | April 28, 2020
Enabling Circuit-Level Functional Readouts

Believe it or not, this post was on our editorial calendar way back in January, and not even in our wildest imagination had we…

Sushmitha Gururaj | March 31, 2020

We're two months into 2020 and our beloved circuit neuroscience community has already served up so many treats that we're…

Sushmitha Gururaj | March 2, 2020

Birdsong, Calcium Imaging, and Progress in Neuroscience

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…

Jami L. Milton | March 21, 2017

Parallel Neural Circuits Mediate Distinct Aspects of Fear Memory

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…

Alice Stamatakis | March 8, 2017
Hippocampus Memory Formation Amygdala

Flashing Neurons as Science Art

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…

Jami L. Milton | March 2, 2017

Dissecting Neural Circuits of Pain Perception

“Fifty years ago, biologists were putting together metabolic pathways. That’s what we’re doing now basically with neural circuits. We’re putting together neural circuit…

Jami L. Milton | February 27, 2017

Top Five Reasons to Map Neural Circuits

Recently, we asked a renowned professor in neurobiology, “Why do you feel neural circuits are important to study?” Quick with an answer, he said, “Because everyone else…

Jami L. Milton | February 24, 2017
Neural Circuits

Bill Martin: The Promise for Neurobehavioral Therapies

The second video in our Neurovox series is an interview with Bill Martin, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer and Head of R&D at BlackThorn Therapeutics, a venture-…

Jami L. Milton | February 14, 2017

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