Discover the future of human cognition with our overview of recent developments in brain-computer interface technology. Read this blog to find out how brain-computer interfaces function, ways they can be utilized, and how a few individuals have personally advanced this burgeoning neuroscientific field.
Early life trauma (ELT) has been identified as a risk factor for binge eating and obesity in adult life, but the neural mechanisms behind this phenomena have yet to be determined. In this blog post we discuss a recent publication from Shin et al., which delineates the circuitry of this ELT-induced maladaptive eating.
Dr. Yasaman Soudagar and Dr. Roshni Christo demonstrate how to use calcium imaging in up to 4 implanted areas of the brain of freely behaving mice to map out neuronal circuits and identify changes that take place under different disease conditions and behavior mechanisms.
Experts discuss dyadic experiments, highlighting why equipment should be unobtrusive, the importance of tightly synchronized data, and how to select the right equipment based on your experimental objective.
Simon Schultz, PhD and Michael Goard, PhD address questions related to their research on studying neuronal circuits across major hippocampal regions, primarily using two-photon microscopy in awake head-fixed mice