Molly Crockett, PhD (Yale University) is the CCSN Student Invited Speaker. Molly will speak Thursday, September 20, 2018 at 4:00 PM in Connor Auditorium.
This article was originally published by Brendan Lucey, Terry Hicks, Jennifer McLeland, Cristina Toedebusch, Jill Boyd, Donald Elbert, Bruce Patterson, Jack Baty, John Morris, Vitaliy Ovod, Kwasi Mawuenyega, & Randall Bateman. Sleep disturbances are associated with future risk of Alzheimer disease. Disrupted sleep increases soluble amyloid β, suggesting a mechanism for sleep disturbances to increase […]
The McDonnell Center hosted an eclipse viewing at Concordia Seminary for Washington University's CCSN Pathway students from graduate programs in Psychology, BME and Neuroscience. Todd Braver, a professor in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, hosted the event.
This article was originally published by Jan Kubanek, Jingyi Shi, Jon Marsh, Di Chen, Cheri Deng & Jianmin Cui Transcranial focused ultrasound (US) has been demonstrated to stimulate neurons in animals and humans, but the mechanism of this effect is unknown. It has been hypothesized that US, a mechanical stimulus, may mediate cellular discharge by […]