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HWNI member Kevin Weiner reveals Wilder as a defender of science against those who would misuse it to support racial and gender discrimination.
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Matthew Walker’s lab is finding that deep non-REM sleep appears to reduce anxiety and emotional reactivity, and is investigating the brain areas involved. [...continue]

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Berkeley has received a record-breaking gift from the Hellman Fellows Fund. Isacoff was in the first cohort of Hellman Fellows—read about how it helped him!
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Silvia Bunge and her team discover that eye gaze patterns can reveal how a person's reasoning skills improve with learning. [...continue]

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Congratulations to Ke Xu for receiving a NIH Director’s New Innovator Award! Xu will receive $1.5 million for five years to support his research. [...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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Latest Faculty Publications

November 13, 2018

Differential contributions of subthalamic beta rhythms and 1/f broadband activity to motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease.

Differential contributions of subthalamic beta rhythms and 1/f broadband activity to motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease. NPJ Parkinsons Dis. 2018;4:32 Authors: Martin...
November 10, 2018

In Vivo Two-Photon Voltage Imaging with Sulfonated Rhodamine Dyes.

Related ArticlesIn Vivo Two-Photon Voltage Imaging with Sulfonated Rhodamine Dyes. ACS Cent Sci. 2018 Oct 24;4(10):1371-1378 Authors: Kulkarni RU, Vandenberghe M, Thunemann...
November 10, 2018

Rapid control and feedback rates enhance neuroprosthetic control.

Related ArticlesRapid control and feedback rates enhance neuroprosthetic control. Nat Commun. 2017 01 06;8:13825 Authors: Shanechi MM, Orsborn AL, Moorman HG, Gowda...
November 8, 2018

Feasibility and outcome of an individualized Tai Chi program for improving balance and strength in the elderly: A pilot study.

Related ArticlesFeasibility and outcome of an individualized Tai Chi program for improving balance and strength in the elderly: A pilot study. NeuroRehabilitation....
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