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John Flannery explores ways to treat and prevent blindness using gene therapy, optogenetics, stem cells, and genome editing techniques. [...continue]

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The Hsu and Knight labs recorded directly from the human cortex to identify patterns of regret, with implications for decision-making. [...continue]

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Currently Vice President of Product at EMOTIV, Warp talks about how she combines her diverse interests and experiences to improve the health and capability of the brain.

- Erica Warp, PhD program alum (entering class of 2006)
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A new publication from the Bateup lab describes how they generated the first model of tuberous sclerosis that replicates the brain abnormalities seen in patients, and what it reveals about human brain development. [...continue]

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Diana Bautista and colleagues discover how the perception of itch and pain can be triggered by a single molecule, through pathways involving different ion channels. [...continue]

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Daniela Kaufer talks to Being Patient about the long-term effects of chronic stress on the brain. [...continue]

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Latest Faculty Publications

September 19, 2018

Hippocampal CA1 gamma power predicts the precision of spatial memory judgments.

Related ArticlesHippocampal CA1 gamma power predicts the precision of spatial memory judgments. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2018 Sep 17;:...
September 19, 2018

Translational Retinal Research and Therapies.

Related ArticlesTranslational Retinal Research and Therapies. Transl Vis Sci Technol. 2018 Sep;7(5):8 Authors: Hardcastle AJ, Sieving PA, Sahel JA, Jacobson SG, Cideciyan...
September 18, 2018

Encoding of Multiple Reward-Related Computations in Transient and Sustained High-Frequency Activity in Human OFC.

Related ArticlesEncoding of Multiple Reward-Related Computations in Transient and Sustained High-Frequency Activity in Human OFC. Curr Biol. 2018 Aug 18;: Authors: Saez...
September 16, 2018

Systematic comparison between a wireless EEG system with dry electrodes and a wired EEG system with wet electrodes.

Systematic comparison between a wireless EEG system with dry electrodes and a wired EEG system with wet electrodes. Neuroimage. 2018 Sep 12;:...
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