The promise of stem cells: Regeneration in the adult nervous system
The Ngai Lab tracks stem cells that are generated following injury to better understand how they are able to repair damaged tissues. Read about their latest publication in Cell Stem Cell
, including Q&A with first author and PhD Program graduate Levi Gadye (2010-2016). Learn more...
The path to happiness is complicated: Dopamine circuitry in the brain
Through in depth studies of dopamine circuitry, the Lammel Lab discovered that there are different dopamine sub-circuits that produce opposing behaviors. Read about their latest publication in Neuron
, including Q&A with first author and postdoctoral fellow Hongbin Yang. Learn more...
The hidden link: Identifying cognitive processes that transform perception into action
Berkeley researchers want to know how the brain uses incoming sensory information to decide how to act. Read about a recent Knight Lab publication in Nature Human Behavior
, including Q&A with first author and PhD Program graduate Matar Haller (2010-2016). Learn more...
The sensory code: Shape and texture discrimination in the cortex
Berkeley faculty gain insight into how the brain multiplexes different types of sensory information. Read about the latest publication from the Feldman Lab in Neuron
, including Q&A with first author and PhD Program graduate Brian Isett (2010-2017). Learn more...