A team led by Neurobiology training faculty member Kate Meyer has developed a breakthrough sensor that produces a fluorescent glow when it detects m6A, a small but significant modificat
When MD/PhD student Emily Alway (Bohorquez Lab) arrived at Duke in 2019, she wasn't sure if she'd be the only Native American in her medical school class.
Groh lab finding: Our ears make sounds as they move that can be analyzed to predict where the eyes are looking
In 2018 a research team led by Neurobiology's Jenni Groh discovered that the ears make a subtle, imperceptible noise when the eyes move.
Research by lead author and training faculty member Andy West has found that nanoplastics interact with a particular protein that is naturally found in the brain, creating changes linke
Fifth year graduate student Minel Arinal (Naumann Lab) is leading a research group that is studying the brain by giving psychedelics to larval zebrafish.
A speech prosthetic developed by a collaborative team of Duke neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, and engineers, including Neurobiology training faculty Jonathan Viventi and Derek Southwell
Our own Steve Lisberger has been selected as the Golden Brain of 2023 by the Minerva Foundation, a not-for-profit, charitable foundation which promotes novel approaches to the study of the visual b
Graduate students Mariana Holguin Lopez (Huang Lab) and S.
Research of Abdelaal, Arinel, Walder, and Wetsel highlighted in article on the 'psychedics research renaissance'
Decades after most hallucinogens were outlawed in the 1970s, scientists are researching their use in treating disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and addict