Neuroscience

Columbia University Course , Prof. Jerome L. Greene

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Jerome L. Greene Science Center Will Be Interdisciplinary Hub - What Songbirds Can Teach Us About the Brain - A Conversation With Eric Kandel - Announcement of the New Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute - A Major Cause of Age Related Memory Loss Identified - Study Advances New Theory of How the Brain Is Wired - Thomas M. Jessell Discusses MBBI and the Greene Science Center - Faculty Forum on Interdisciplinary Neuroscience - Imaging the Living Brain

Lecture 9: Imaging the Living Brain

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        Elizabeth Hillman, associate professor of biomedical engineering, leads a team that is developing new imaging methods for the living brain. Their goal is to understand the way that the brain functions and regulates its blood flow, which can provide important clues to understanding early brain development, disease and aging. Hillman’s team has found that a layer of cells is capable of propagating signals important to increasing blood flow in the brain.

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