Brown students and faculty volunteer for Brain Week Rhode Island events around the state.
The Brown Brain Fair on March 18 showcases brain research through interactive stations, art projects, games, and lightning talks.
Researchers find the brain-computer interface system has low rates of associated adverse events.
New brain imaging technology helps researchers understand brain processes and behavior.
Researchers discover pathway that connects light-sensitive cells with brain regions involved in mood, cognition.
Brown senior studies the neurobiological underpinnings of alcohol and substance abuse disorders with the goal of enabling more effective treatments.
The gene editing technology can help reveal secrets of the brain’s function and role in disease.
Unexpected rewards improve memories of specific events, which may have implications for treatment of depression.
For Brain Week RI, students and faculty are bringing brain science to local high schools, planning the annual Brain Fair,…
Brown’s Center for Central Nervous System Function to launch new projects, develop new analysis tools.
Just a few drinks can change how memories are formed.
$100 million gift to Brown will advance research into brain and nerve disorders.
MD/PhD student shares her love of neuroscience with high schoolers.
Focusing on the early stages of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis may be key to treating it, study suggests.
Discovery of circuits in cortex of mice deepens understanding of brain’s sensory circuitry.
Brains use brief bursts of beta waves, rather than sustained rhythms, to control attention and perception.
The brain meets biotechnology as Brown neuroscientists earn funding to study biomedical technologies.
The director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science will assume the post next year.
The Medical School battles burnout with a focus on student resilience.