Armed with advanced genomic tools, Columbia scientists have uncovered an ingenious mechanism that underlies the brain’s ability to distinguish different smells.
Columbia study in mice reveals importance of memory in driving key social behavior; offers insight into psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia.
Once thought to be a biological oddity, these cellular components’ strange shape may actually indicate a potential new role for mitochondria in the brain.
New study reveals that the brain plays back and prioritizes high-reward events for later retrieval and filters out the neutral, inconsequential events.
Award unites different fields of brain research to foster an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to deciphering the brain.
Then November, when you join millions in voting, take a moment to ask yourself: How did my brain make this decision? Before going into the voting both, join Michael Shadlen, MD, PhD, on a journey inside the brain.
Meet the scientists leveraging technological advances to reveal aspects of the disease long hidden from view.