Researchers from Rockefeller University have identified what they claim to be 'remarkable' differences between the way the male and female brains respond to stress.
Rockefeller researchers have developed a new diagnostic test that could help with early detection of disorders associated with olfaction problems, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
A recent Nature Neuroscience study reports it is glial cells, and not neurons, that direct the initial steps of brain assembly.
Researchers have identified specific chemical changes in the brain that drive nicotine addiction. The findings could lead to new treatments to help break the addiction.
Rockefeller University researchers reveal Huntington's neurons are much larger than healthy cells.
A new study could offer insight into human glial cell function and reveals a relationship between movement and sleep.
A new study reveals subplate cells may not simply disappear, they may, instead, be migrating to different levels of the cortex. In essence, subplate cells may become part of the cerebral cortex.
Researchers reveal the role nucleus gigantocellularis neurons play in generalized arousal and cognition.
A new study reports patients with major depressive disorder and treatment resistant depression have decreased levels of acetyl-L-carnitine in their blood. The findings could lead to new blood tests to diagnose the nature and severity of depression.