A collaborative study led by Yale researchers reports the many gene expression changes that develop over the course of a neurodegenerative disorder called spinocerebellar ataxia type 1, shedding light on its progression.
- November 03, 2023Source: YaleNews
An experimental drug can reduce the toxic changes in tau proteins known to damage neurons in brains with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers report.
- October 31, 2023
The Peter and Patricia Gruber International Research Award in Neuroscience recognizes young neuroscientists for outstanding research and educational pursuit in an international setting.
- October 26, 2023Source: YaleNews
Yale researchers have revealed the molecular origins of the developmental differences that distinguish primates from mice.
- October 16, 2023
Michael Higley, associate professor in neuroscience and psychiatry, presenting the first talk of the half day workshop to the postdoctoral trainees and associate research scientists. Picture credit: Pauline Charbogne
- September 27, 2023
In a new study published in Developmental Cell, a team of Yale researchers developed a new method to visualize spectrin, an essential component of an axon’s cytoskeleton, and uncovered two spectrin transport speeds – one slow, one ultra-slow.
- September 13, 2023
Scientists reveal the 3D architecture and mechanism of mechanosensory corpuscles, a group of cells that act as a touch detector.
- August 29, 2023
This summer, the first two Neuroscience labs have moved to the new building at 100 College St. Many more will follow them in the upcoming months.
- August 15, 2023
A team of Yale neuroscience researchers sheds light on the early steps of a transport event.
- August 10, 2023Source: Blavatnik Awards
Qiancheng Zhao, PhD, neuroscientist at Yale University, was recognized for exploring how our brain senses internal states, such as blood pressure fluctuations, food digestion, and breathing rhythms in a process called interoception.