Researchers have demonstrated that a tetraplegic patient can learn to adapt neural activity to maintain control of a brain-machine interface in the face of technical challenges.
Research presented today at SfN’s annual meeting has detailed advances in brain stimulation technologies revealing safer, more targeted means of studying brain function and treating neurological disorders.
Research presented at SfN’s Neuroscience 2017 has highlighted novel applications of genetic and cellular techniques that may help us to better understand neurological disorders such as addiction and Zika.
As part of our Spotlight on neuroregeneration, we spoke to Helen Budworth, Kent Fitzgerald and Kevin McCormack from the CIRM.
Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young receive the award for their work on the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms.
Researchers have developed a 3D, all-human, in vitro model to help overcome challenges in delivering drugs to the brain.
In this review, the authors discuss the challenges associated with neural regeneration and review the progress of stem cell-based regenerative medicine.
A cross-sectional imaging study has uncovered differences in brain structure in players of contact sports.