Using a mouse trauma model, researchers observe specific cells mount an immune response to concussion brain injuries in an attempt to prevent more widespread damage.
Infants who carry a gene associated with an increased rick for Alzheimer’s disease have differences in brain development compared to those who do not carry the gene, a new study reports.
A new neuroimaging technique allows neurosurgeons to see neural connections prior to surgery, thus preserving and protecting the brain’s critical functions when operating.
Neuroimaging brain scans show evidence of brain abnormalities four months after a mild concussion occurs, researchers report.
Using neuroimaging technology to measure the size and connectivity of the amygdala allows researchers to predict the degree of anxiety a young child experiences in daily life, a new study reports.
Patients with temporal lobe epilepsy have widespread, abnormal connections in their brains. The finding could provide new clues for diagnosis and treatment, a new study suggests.
A new biosensor has been developed which could alter doctors when serious brain injury occurs during heart surgery. Researchers hope the device could help doctors to devise new ways to minimize brain damage and start treatment rapidly.
Using MRI neuroimaging, researchers develop a new method of quantifying brain tissue volume. The new method could provide an additional way to track the progress of multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases.
Researchers use neuroimaging techniques to reveal the true identities of the brains of Carl Friedrich Gauss and Conrad Heinrich Fuchs. The brains were incorrectly labelled over 150 years ago.
The NRI is providing researchers with a $3.6 million grant to help develop a new kind of machine intelligence for surgical robotics.