Understanding obesity from the inside out Mar 14, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine researchers collaborate on new lab method that reveals the roles of GABA in the control of appetite and metabolism.
Unlocking the secrets of the brain’s intelligence to develop smarter technologies Mar 10, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine leads a team of scientists who aim to reveal the computational building blocks of our brain and use them to create smarter learning machines.
Study provides consensus on association between allergies and glioma risk Feb 5, 2016 Researchers found an inverse association between allergies, asthma and eczema and a brain cancer called glioma, meaning that people who have the allergic conditions may be less likely to develop the brain cancer.
A new, multidisciplinary approach to classify cell types in the brain Dec 21, 2015 New test leads team to vital clues for understanding neuropsychiatric disorders such as autism and schizophrenia.
Wiring rules untangle brain circuitry Nov 30, 2015 Baylor research team shows basic wiring of the local circuitry of the neocortex can be captured using a few connectivity rules that are recycled across the layers of the neocortex.
BRAIN Initiative supports Baylor researchers Nov 3, 2015 Baylor scientists and their collaborators have been awarded $3.7 million from the BRAIN Initiative to study what happens in the brain as we interact with the world around us.
Newest McNair Scholar named at Baylor College of Medicine Nov 2, 2015 Dr. François St-Pierre, a quantitative neuroscientist and neuroengineer, has been named the newest McNair Scholar at Baylor College of Medicine.
Baylor neuroscientist’s series premieres on PBS Oct 13, 2015 Dr. David Eagleman hosts a six-part weekly series on PBS taking viewers on a visual journey into the workings of the brain, focusing on what makes us think and feel.
Depolarizing wave may trigger sudden death in epilepsy Apr 8, 2015 A slow, depolarizing electrical wave – sometimes called a “brain tsunami” – may be the hidden cause of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy, according to Baylor researchers.
From chick to bedside: Removing the Wnt barrier Mar 6, 2015 Kick starting a process that might repair the damage done in cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis could begin with disabling a driver that helps block regeneration.