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Studying neuron polarity with microfluidic chambers (Pamela Yao, NIA)
Probing thermosensation with tarantula toxins (Kenton Swartz, NINDS)
Genetically targeting CA2 in hippocampus (Serena Dudek, NIEHS)
A neural substrate for color preference in the fly (Chi-Hon Lee, NICHD)

About Neuroscience @ NIH

The NIH is home to one of the largest neuroscience research centers in the world. Over 150 laboratories, originating from eleven different Institutes, conduct research in the basic, translational, and clinical neurosciences. Through scientific collaboration, Pre- and Postdoctoral Training Programs, jointly sponsored Seminar Series and Special Interest Groups, scientists at NIH contribute to a vital and growing neuroscience research community. This website represents an inter-institute effort to convey, on an NIH wide basis, the research being conducted in the neurosciences. The specific areas of neuroscience research represented within this site range over a broad spectrum within the biological sciences including biophysics, molecular and cellular neurobiology, synapses and circuits, neuronal development, integrative neuroscience, brain imaging and both neurological and psychiatric disorders.

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Ted Usdin, M.D., Ph.D.

Senior Investigator, NIMH

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Upcoming Events

NIH Neuroscience Series

  • Robustness, Variability and Homeostasis in Neurons and Networks broadcast

    Speaker: Eve Marder, Ph.D.
    Monday, January 22, 2018
    Noon-1:00 pm
    Location: Building 35A, Porter Neuroscience Research Center, Rm 620
    Host: Dr. Yarimar Carrasquillo
  • Basal Ganglia Circuits with the Cerebral Cortex and the Cerebellum: Networks for Movement, Cognition and Affect broadcast

    Speaker: Peter Strick, Ph.D.
    Monday, January 29, 2018
    Noon-1:00 pm
    Location: Building 35A, Porter Neuroscience Research Center, Rm 620
    Host: Dr. Okihide Hikosaka
  • Large-effect De Novo Mutations and the Pathobiology of Autism Spectrum and Tourette Disorders broadcast

    Speaker: Matthew State, Ph.D.
    Monday, February 05, 2018
    Noon-1:00 pm
    Location: Building 35A, Porter Neuroscience Research Center, Rm 620
    Host: Dr. Harold Burgess