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Congratulations to our graduates! As always, we are inspired by and proud of our truly exceptional students. Read the Q&A to learn about their biggest discoveries, future plans, and words of advice. [...continue]

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Currently Assistant Professor of Neurology & Neurological Sciences at Stanford University, Mormino talks about her love of brain scans and focused research trajectory to understand the signatures of cognitive decline. [...continue]

Event

Interested in computational neuroscience? Register now for the CRCNS Conference, to be held at the Lawrence Hall of Science. [...continue]

Berkeley Neuroscience in the News

Berkeley researchers create a holographic brain modulator, which uses flashes of light to activate or suppress neurons—or nerve cells—in the brain in a way that mimics real patterns of brain activity. Read the full story in Newsweek. [...continue]

Research Discovery

Introducing StimDust (stimulating neural dust), a 6.5 cubic millimeter implantable device capable of stimulating major therapeutic targets in the peripheral nervous system. [...continue]

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See the progress our Berkeley team has made toward building an implantable brain-computer interface that can read and write activity in the brain. [...continue]

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Latest Faculty Publications

June 17, 2018

Foveal Crowding Resolved.

Related ArticlesFoveal Crowding Resolved. Sci Rep. 2018 Jun 15;8(1):9177 Authors: Coates DR, Levi DM, Touch P, Sabesan R Abstract Crowding is the...
June 16, 2018

Treatment of amblyopia as a function of age.

Treatment of amblyopia as a function of age. Vis Neurosci. 2018 Jan;35:E015 Authors: Holmes JM, Levi DM Abstract Although historically, treatment of...
June 16, 2018

Suboptimal eye movements for seeing fine details.

Related ArticlesSuboptimal eye movements for seeing fine details. J Vis. 2018 05 01;18(5):8 Authors: Agaoglu MN, Sheehy CK, Tiruveedhula P, Roorda A,...
June 14, 2018

Corticostriatal Transmission Is Selectively Enhanced in Striatonigral Neurons with Postnatal Loss of Tsc1.

Corticostriatal Transmission Is Selectively Enhanced in Striatonigral Neurons with Postnatal Loss of Tsc1. Cell Rep. 2018 Jun 12;23(11):3197-3208 Authors: Benthall KN, Ong...
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