Study suggests a common mechanism underlies some behavioral traits seen in autism and schizophrenia.
Novel method, developed by McGovern Institute researchers, may lead to safer, more efficient gene therapies.
Will continue initiatives in academics, mentoring, and DEIJ while building on legacy of academic and scientific excellence.
Computer models that mimic humans’ extraordinary hearing abilities could improve treatments for hearing loss.
Fellowship funds graduate studies for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants.
Using an ordinary light microscope, researchers can now obtain images with unprecedented accuracy.
Graybiel lab identifies genes linked to abnormal repetitive behaviors often seen in models of addiction and schizophrenia.
Expanding tissue samples before sequencing allows researchers to pinpoint locations of RNA molecules.
Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, Aviv Regev, Susan Solomon, and Feng Zhang are the recipients of distinguished awards for major contributions to science.
Brain and cognitive sciences professor will lead the Institute’s interdisciplinary initiative to advance research in natural and artificial intelligence.