Congratulations to Nuri Jeong for receiving the Michael Kuhar Graduate Fellowship in Neuroscience! Continue Reading
Dr. Singer selected for National Academy of Engineering’s (NAE) 2020 EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium.
Dr. Singer selected for the National Academy of Engineering’s (NAE) 2020 EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium. More info here: Continue Reading
New paper: Gamma Visual Stimulation Induces a Neuroimmune Signaling Profile Distinct from Acute Neuroinflammation
The Journal of Neuroscience has published Kristie Garza's paper: Cellular/Molecular Gamma Visual Stimulation Induces a Neuroimmune Signaling Profile Distinct from Acute Neuroinflammation. This paper Continue Reading
Dr Singer presents at Alzheimer’s Disease Centers Fall 2019 Directors meeting and received Junior Investigators Presentation Award from the NIA.
Dr. Singer presents at Alzheimer's Disease Centers Fall 2019 Directors meeting and received the Junior Investigators Presentation Award from the NIA. Continue Reading
Stephanie Prince accepted to attend NSF Cyber Carpentry Workshop.
Stephanie Prince accepted to attend NSF Cyber Carpentry Workshop. More info here: https://sils.unc.edu/news/2019/cyber-carpentry Continue Reading
Kristie Garza named an SFN Neuroscience Scholars Program Associate
Kristie Garza named an SFN Neuroscience Scholars Program Associate for 2019-2021. Congrats, Kristie! More info Continue Reading
Nuri Jeong awarded YITP Award
Congratulations to Nuri Jeong for winning a Young Investigator Training Program award for the 10th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience in Daegu, Korea this year. Great job, Nuri! Continue Reading
Abigail Paulson selected for T32 Training Grant
Congratulations to Abigail Paulson for being selected to be funded by Dr. Levey's T32 training grant: “Training in translational Research in Neurology”. Great job, Abby! Continue Reading
Dr. Rafeal Bras recounts memories of a friend & how GT Professors are cracking the mysteries of Alzheimer’s
Georgia Tech Provost, Dr. Rafael Bras, recounts the memories of a friend diagnosed with Alzheimer's and describes how Georgia Tech professors are trying to crack the mysteries of the disease. Link to Continue Reading
A visit from the Queen Bee, GT First Lady Val Peterson and the spouses of the Georgia Board of Regents
Today we hosted GT First Lady, Val Peterson and spouses of the Georgia Board of Regents. Abby gave a presentation about our lab research, and Matty and Abby gave them a tour of the Neurolab. Continue Reading
Annabelle presents at MIT Symposium “Brain Rhythms in Health and Disease”
Symposium speaks to the many powers of brain rhythms: When neuroscientists fresh from the lab mention the power of brain rhythms, they usually mean the amplitude of the waves they just measured, but Continue Reading
Congratulations to Stephanie Prince for winning the NSF award!
Stephanie Prince was awarded a Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Congrats, Steph! Continue Reading
Multi-neuron intracellular recording in vivo via interacting autopatching robots
The activities of groups of neurons in a circuit or brain region are important for neuronal computations that contribute to behaviors and disease states. Traditional extracellular recordings have been Continue Reading
New Article: Evidence for long-timescale patterns of synaptic inputs in CA1 of awake behaving mice
Repeated sequences of neural activity are a pervasive feature of neural networks in vivo and in vitro. In the hippocampus, sequential firing of many neurons over 100-300 ms periods re-occurs during Continue Reading
Illuminating Neural Circuits: From Molecules to MRI
Neurological disease drives symptoms through pathological changes to circuit functions. Therefore, understanding circuit mechanisms that drive behavioral dysfunction is of critical importance for Continue Reading
WHAT’S THE FREQUENCY?
From The Biomedical Scientist "Finding a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia, is one of the key challenges for modern science, and a research team in the US might Continue Reading
New Paper: Mesoscale-duration activated states gate spiking in response to fast rises in membrane voltage in the awake brain
Published Tue, 01 Aug 2017 in Journal of Neurophysiology "Seconds-scale network states, affecting many neurons within a network, modulate neural activity by complementing fast integration of Continue Reading
Killing the Mind First
By Ben Brumfield | Published July 6, 2017 "When George Wright buried his wife, Beth, in 2013, he was probably easing into the same illness that had killed her at age 84. But his adult children Continue Reading
Congratulations to Abby Paulson for winning the Elder Health Scholarship
Abby Paulson won the Elder Health Scholarship from the Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly Authority of Fulton County for her outstanding academic record and her commitment to and potential Continue Reading
Cosmos in the Cranium
Article By Ben Brumfield "The human brain is believed to have more than 160 billion cells; more than half of them are neurons. And they often share thousands of connections with neighboring neurons Continue Reading