Understanding systems associated with cognitive or emotional processing may help to explain the psychology underlying pain perception. This article reviews these pain modulatory systems in an effort to guide development of novel pain therapeutics.
New research indicates that positron emission tomography (PET) scans could be used to identify tau within the brain and may help in developing effective staged disease therapeutics.
This short communication describes a child with young onset of multiple sclerosis, highlighting the need for further research in this area.
New findings highlight links between neural wiring and behavioral traits in men and women, providing possible insight for personalized medicine.
This article discusses the influence of cerebral microbleeds in Alzheimer’s Disease.
A new study reveals how brain scans could be used to identify children that are at high risk of suffering from depression in later life, information that could prove important in early intervention and prevention.
BMJ Case Reports article reports on a woman thought to have treatment-resistant depression who was later found to have a brain tumor.
3D footage of the neural activity of free-moving Caenorhabditis elegans has been captured using newly designed software.
Researchers have found that differences in gray matter volumes around the temporal-parietal junction of the brain may be responsible for the higher risk for certain forms of autism spectrum disorders in males.
Novel model could assist in personalizing surgical procedures for individuals with epilepsy.