Studies by Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD, and others in rodents are beginning to reveal how mammalian navigational sense works.
Study led by Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD, shows two layers of brain cells: one for a map and one for path to a location.
A specific part of the brain seems to be responsible for learning and remembering the precise locations of places that are special to us.
A team led by Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD, used several techniques to observe the birth of the neurons in an adult mouse.
Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD, explains why the brain must generate new cells in order to capture memories.
A new study co-led by Daphna Shohmay, PhD, has identified what’s going on in the brain when anorexics decide what to eat.
Daphna Shohamy, PhD, believes this recent Pixar movie has potential as an educational tool.