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  • Mar 01

    Meet the Expert: An Unhealthy Interest in What the Kids are Doing These Days

    REGISTER NOW! Recreational drug use continues to harm health, as well as vocational and inter-personal success, for some individuals. The complexities of human histories, contingencies and social settings make it difficult to isolate the effects of specific drugs, thus animal models can assist in providing clear guidance. Dr. Taffe will describe how models from non-human primate to rat to the

  • Mar 13

    Brain Awareness Week!

    Brain Awareness Week is an annual, weeklong global campaign to encourage public support and excitement for brain science. Join the celebration March 13-19 with events, online quizzes, and interactive resources from BrainFacts.org

  • Mar 15

    Meet the Expert: New Biophotonic Nanotools for Photostimulation of Neurons

    REGISTER NOW! Bio-photonic nanotools, including organic nanoparticles and photochromic compounds, represent a gene-free strategy for wireless neural photostimulation. Current studies in animal models are addressing their potential application in the cure of human neurodegenerative diseases. Organic nanodevices are starting a new era of tissue electronics, in which light-sensitive molecules an

  • Mar 28

    Endogenous Circadian Clock Machinery in Cortical NG2-Glia Regulates Cellular Proliferation

    REGISTER NOW! Join this interactive session as Dr. Terry Dean and Dr. Vittorio Gallo discuss their paper, “Endogenous Circadian Clock Machinery in Cortical NG2-Glia Regulates Cellular Proliferation” with Editor-in-Chief Christophe Bernard. Attendees can submit questions at registration and live during the webinar. Below is the significance statement of the paper published on September 19

  • Apr 02

    World Autism Awareness Day

    April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day, when the world takes part in the puzzle pattern of blue, red, yellow and purple pieces that reflect the complexities and uniqueness of the autism spectrum. There is no better way to celebrate this day than by becoming aware of the characteristics of people with this condition and how all of us can do better to increase our own understanding and promote kindne

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