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The state-of-the-art facility will initially house approximately 100 teams comprising 875 researchers, including experts in neurology, neuroscience, neurosurgery, psychiatry, and anesthesiology.
In collaboration with Vitaly Klyachko in the Department of Cell Biology and Physiology at WashU, the funds will support research into the function of sensory neurons and partners known as satellite glial cells.
We are seeking a research-track investigator at the level of Assistant Professor to develop a thriving collaborative research program in MRI project design and analysis.
Kia’s poster, “An inducible genetic tool for tracking and manipulating specific microglial states in development and disease,” earns the top honor at the Washington University Neuroscience Retreat.
In Nature Neuroscience, Thomas Papouin and colleagues describe the role of astrocytes in “contextual guidance.”
Dr. Loewy worked over his decades-long career at Washington University to uncover connections between the peripheral and central nervous systems.
The Department of Neuroscience seeks a tenure-track investigator to develop innovative research programs in theoretical and computational neuroscience.
Fruit flies seek out warmer temperatures when they experience sleep deprivation or fragmentation or when faced with a shifted sleep schedule, similar to when people stay up late and sleep in on the weekend.
Partnering with St. Louis–based uFab, the Neurotech Hub can meet the need for bespoke neuroscience technology in house.
Senior graduate students are invited to present their thesis research at Washington University in May 2024. This two-day, all-expenses-paid visit will include one-on-one faculty meetings, networking activities with postdocs and graduate students, and a tour of St. Louis.
Tilden, a graduate student in Yao Chen’s lab, received the fellowship to pursue her research on how sleep, learning and aging are tied together.
Read Dr. Paul Shaw’s comments in an article in Knowable Magazine about REM sleep across the animal kingdom.
Brain areas are marked by distinct activity patterns very early, marsupial study published in PNAS by the Richards Lab shows.
Leandro Fosque, PhD, joins the CTCN at Washington University to study the mechanisms underlying homeostasis in the brain.
Hiratani, a theoretical neuroscientist, seeks to bridge the gap between neuroscience and AI to gain a better understanding of both the brain and artificial intelligence.
Read comments from Dr. Ethan Bromberg-Martin, a senior scientist in Ilya Monosov’s lab, on a new study about the value of inconsequential knowledge.