Congratulations to NSGP students and faculty, who collectively have recently published a series of high-profile papers.
Michael Frank, NSGP Trainer, and colleagues published “Frontal Theta Overrides Pavlovian Learning Biases” in the May 8th issue of the Journal of Neuroscience. For more details, please link to the following URL: http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2013/05/theta
Liz Normand, recently graduated from NSGP with her PhD, along with her faculty mentor, Mark Zervas, and other NSGP faculty, Christopher Moore and Barry Connors, published “Temporal and Mosaic Tsc1 Deletion in the Developing Thalamus Disrupts Thalamocortical Circuitry, Neural Function, and Behavior” in the May 8th issue of Neuron. For more details, please link to the following URL: http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2013/05/tuberous
David Hauser, Brown-NIH graduate student and his colleagues in Mark Cookson’s lab at the National Institute on Aging published “mRNA expression, splicing and editing in the embryonic and adult mouse cerebral cortex” in the April issue of Nature Neuroscience.
Justin Allen, NSGP student, along with Roger Hanlon, NSGP faculty, and others published “Cuttlefish skin papilla morphology suggests a muscular hydrostatic function for rapid changeability” in the upcoming June issue of the Journal of Morphology.
Anne Hart, NSGP faculty trainer and colleagues published “The Neuroprotective Drug Riluzole Acts via Small Conductance Ca2+-Activated K+ Channels to Ameliorate Defects in Spinal Muscular Atrophy Models” in the April 10th issue of the Journal of Neuroscience. See the following URL for more information: http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2013/04/sma