The Neuroscience Research Building’s 11 stories have been framed and siding installation has begun.
The Zhao Lab is grateful for ICTS, GTAC@MGI, Knight ADRC, and the Movement Disorders Center for their generous support.
“This is an occasion for gratitude, immense gratitude.”
Finding therapies for fragile X may depend on understanding the many ways the protein’s loss affects the brain.
Researchers including James Fitzpatrick and Michael Rau of WUCCI and the Department of Neuroscience describe the structure and function of a heme transport and assembly machine called CcsBA.
Research from Valeria Cavalli’s lab shows that targeting support cells with a cholesterol drug could improve recovery after spinal cord injury.
Richards, the head of the Department of Neuroscience, will apply the high-risk, high-reward grant to developing a new animal model for studying brain development.
Join us as the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University School of Medicine prepares to relocate into a new state-of-the-art neurosciences research building.
Along with co-PI Hong Chen, associate professor of biomedical engineering, and collaborators including neuroscience professor Larry Snyder, Monosov will adapt an approach to controlling brain activity, called optogenetics, with the ultimate goal of repairing neural dysfunction.
Richards and other representatives from the International Brain Initiative will discuss methods of advancing international neuroscience collaborations at this event from the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA).