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Building better brains—a bioengineered upgrade for organoids

Using this cutting-edge methodology, research teams around the world have already revealed new secrets of human brain formation and its defects that can lead to microcephaly, epilepsy or autism ... By ... read more

Study: Common gene mutation affects kids with autism spectrum disorders

Their findings provide new insight into understanding ASD heterogeneity—the considerable individual differences in how ASD symptoms present—which has challenged the field in developing ... break new g... read more

Centria to open new headquarters in Farmington Hills, add 1,200 jobs

Centria receives $8 million state development grant for new Farmington ... that includes autism therapy and private-duty nursing. Through affiliates, Centria also provides home-based care to people wh... read more

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Gaining Ground on Alzheimer’s Prevention

In this study, Dr. Pasinetti and colleagues at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New ... that breaks down beta-amyloid peptides, also referred to as an insulin-degrading enzyme (IDE), is not active in ... read more

National Institutes of Health Awards $100 Million for Autism Research

The new grants will support five research ... In a separate project, Ami Klin, director of the Marcus Autism Center at Emory University, will observe hundreds of infants, including those considered at ... read more

Minds wide open: Neuroscience at Vanderbilt

Researchers here are advancing understanding of autism, addiction and mood disorders, improving the treatment of Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia, and finding new ... range o... read more

Study breaks new ground in understanding drug-induced deafness

That's because Steyger — a research scientist with the Oregon Hearing Research Center at Oregon Health & Science University ... then we could save the hearing of up to 50,000 individuals from drug-ind... read more

New Facility to Be Capstone of Indiana’s Unified MH System

The new Indiana Neuro-Institute and Advanced Treatment Center in Indianapolis will be connected to Community Hospital East to link psychiatric and other medical care. Indiana health officials joined L... read more

Casual marijuana use may damage your brain

If you thought smoking a joint occasionally was OK, a new study released Tuesday ... effects of marijuana on the brain," says Dr. Jodi Gilman, lead author and a researcher in the Massachusetts General ... read more

Why Do Coffee Rings Form? Because the Grounds are Round

The drop’s edge is firmly stuck to the surface of, say, your desk, and as the water evaporates, the fluid that’s left moves outwards from the center, flattening the ... dodge around the clumps and mak... read more

Study: No increased autism risk from mercury-based perservative in vaccines

Exposing a fetus or young infant to vaccines with the mercury-based preservative called thimerosal does not ... containing vaccines do not increase a child's risk of developing autism," lead study aut... read more

What's Wrong With the Coffee Mortality Study? You Tell Us.

A recent study suggesting a link between coffee drinking and longer lives has prompted a flurry of coverage—some snarky, some cautious, but mostly celebratory. (We see you there, reaching for another ... read more

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