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Identical Levels of Hearing Loss Can Have Different Effects

Identical Levels of Hearing Loss Can Have Different Effects

The most common causes of hearing loss — age and excessive noise — have different effects on sound processing in the ear, reports a new study in The Journal of Neuroscience.

Perfect Timing: Making the ‘Switch’ from Juvenile to Adult

Perfect Timing: Making the ‘Switch’ from Juvenile to Adult

Very little is known about how the onset of puberty is controlled in humans, but the discovery of a new gene in the roundworm C. elegans could be the "missing link" that determines when it’s time to make this juvenile-to-adult transition.

Do the Unprecedented: Harnessing Technology to Improve Research and Care

Do the Unprecedented: Harnessing Technology to Improve Research and Care

CHeT's Erika Augustine and Ray Dorsey on using tech to transform neurological research

Q&A with Paul Geha, M.D.

Q&A with Paul Geha, M.D.

Get to know new assistant professor Paul Geha, M.D.

Using Machine Learning to Diagnose HIV-associated Neurocognitive Disorders

Using Machine Learning to Diagnose HIV-associated Neurocognitive Disorders

MSTP student Uday Chockanathan's work published in Computers in Biology and Medicine