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Human Forebrain Circuits Under Construction – in a Dish

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Neuroscientists have created a 3D window into the human brain’s budding executive hub assembling itself during a critical period in prenatal development.

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Human Forebrain Circuits Wiring-up - in a Dish

Neuroscientists have created a 3D window into the human brain’s budding executive hub assembling itself during a critical period in prenatal development.

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Sleep May Trim Neural Connections to Restore Learning Ability

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Sleep may be the price we pay for the ability to learn. It streamlines neural connections for optimal efficiency.

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Revealed: LSD Docked in its Human Brain Target

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Scientists have discovered the molecular structure of LSD in its human brain receptor.

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NIMH Training Grant Recipient Wins Research Prize

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NIMH training grant recipient Neir Eshel was named the 2016 Grand Prize winner of the Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists for research related to the cellular basis of learning.

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Powered-Up Probe ID’s Schizophrenia Genes That Stunt Brain Development

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Scientists have pinpointed several schizophrenia-related gene variants that alter expression of other genes in illness-implicated circuitry of the human brain.

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Circuitry for Fearful Feelings, Behavior Untangled in Anxiety Disorders

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Untangling the brain circuitry of fearful feelings from that underlying defensive behaviors is key to improving treatments for anxiety disorders, argue two leading experts.

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Designer Agent Blocks Pain in Mice Without Morphine’s Side Effects

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Scientists have synthesized a molecule with a unique profile of highly specific pain-relieving properties and demonstrated its efficacy in mice.

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How “Quickly Forgotten” Early Life Experiences Mature the Brain

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Brain memory circuitry’s keen sensitivity to experience during an early critical period enables long-term memory ability to develop through practice.

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Tapping Crowd-Sourced Data Unearths a Trove of Depression Genes

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Scientists have discovered 15 genome sites – the first ever – linked to depression in people of European ancestry. But – in a twist – the researchers didn’t have to sequence anyone’s genes! Instead, they analyzed data already shared by people who had purchased their own genetic profiles via an online service and elected to participate in its research option.

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