A Duke scientist is one of ten researchers selected for a prestigious fellowship by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Here are summaries of a selection of the papers published by Duke Neurobiology in January 2019:
Neural Cell Biology:
Thanks to a successful first year of Translating Duke Health (TDH), twelve new faces have popped up around the School of Medicine’s labs, clinics and meeting rooms, including three faculty from Neu
Excitatory synapse formation during development involves the complex orchestration of both structural and functional alterations at the postsynapse.
Think graduate school is just about research and classroom teaching? Meredith Schmehl, a PhD student in Neurobiology, writes about how community outreach can benefit both you and your audience.
Humans learn motor skills through a complicated process of trial and error—or so many researchers thought.
Duke's Bass Connections selected Ornit Chiba-Falek, Boris Kantor, and Misha Angrist's project under the Brain & Society theme. Their project, Gene Therapy in Alzheimer’s Disease: Novel Ther
David Gallegos has successfully competed for a Professional Development Grant from the Graduate School, which will be used to run the ‘Neuroscience Careers Lunch’ seminar series throughout the next