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  • 2013 McGovern Institute Fall Symposium

    Yichang Jia: McGovern Institute 2013 Fall Symposium

    Yichang Jia, Tsinghua University “Disease mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration caused by RNA metabolism abnormalities”

    On November 4, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT hosted a joint symposium with the…

  • 2013 McGovern Institute Fall Symposium

    Lihong Wang: McGovern Institute 2013 Fall Symposium

    Lihong Wang, Tsingua University “The neural correlates of trait rumination?”

    On November 4, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT hosted a joint symposium with the IDG/McGovern Institutes at Beijing Normal University,…

  • 2013 McGovern Institute Fall Symposium

    Yulong Li: McGovern Institute 2013 Fall Symposium

    Yulong Li, Peking University “Spying nerve communication by constructing new genetically-encoded fluorescent probes”

    On November 4, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT hosted a joint symposium with the IDG/McGovern…

  • 2013 McGovern Institute Fall Symposium

    Kewei Wang: McGovern Institute 2013 Fall Symposium

    Kewei Wang “Targeting voltage-gated Kv7/KCNQ K+ channels for therapeutic potential of neuropsychiatric disorders”

    On November 4, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT hosted a joint symposium with the IDG/McGovern…

  • 2013 McGovern Institute Fall Symposium

    Liang Li: McGovern Institute 2013 Fall Symposium

    Liang Li, Peking University “Informational masking of speech in people with schizophrenia”

    On November 4, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT hosted a joint symposium with the IDG/McGovern Institutes at Beijing…

  • 2013 McGovern Institute Fall Symposium

    Sheng Li: McGovern Institute 2013 Fall Symposium

    Sheng Li, Peking University “Reward modulation of attention & working memory in the human brain.”

    On November 4, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT hosted a joint symposium with the IDG/McGovern Institutes…

  • David Hubel

    Early Explorations of the Visual Cortex

    On October 14, 2011, Nobel laureates David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel discussed their early explorations of the visual cortex.…

  • On September 17, 2013, the McGovern Institute hosted a discussion with a distinguished group of legal and neuroscience experts who the role of neuroscience in the courtroom. From left to right: Alan Alda, Robert Desimone, Nancy Kanwisher, Joshua Greene, Bea Luna, and Stephen J. Morse. Photo: Justin Knight

    Brains on Trial with Alan Alda

    What if we could peer into the brain to determine guilt or innocence? Could advances in neuroscience help reform our criminal justice system?
  • A new study out of the Gabrieli lab has found that differences in a key language structure can be seen even before children start learning to read. Photo: Patricia Saxler

    Tracking the roots of reading ability

    Differences in a key language structure can be seen even before children start learning to read.
  • Photo: Justin Knight

    Breaking bad habits before they start

    McGovern neuroscientists Ann Graybiel and Kyle Smith examine how to prevent habits from forming.…

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