How do neuroscience research and a family legacy intersect for a research technician? Meet Alexis Kim, research technician in the Marlin Lab.
A Q&A with neuroscientists and fruit fly experts Minoree Kohwi and Tanguy Lucas
Wnk gene offers new insights into how axons elaborate and maintain their complex morphology, with implications for neural degeneration and repair
Columbia-led research in rats uncovers unexpected interplay between the two drugs; sheds new light on the neurobiology of drug use in adolescence.
Do the experiences of your father leave a mark on your genes? Can trauma be passed down from generation to generation?
Award-winning pianist completes a year-long residency at Columbia's Zuckerman Institute with a debut of original compositions inspired by brain science.
New SCAPE 2.0 system can serve as a critical tool to advance science and medicine.
International study reveals promising method for decoding the underlying genetic mechanisms that guide growth and development.
Columbia’s Zuckerman Institute hosts gathering of leading neuroscientists from across the country