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New professor Kuan Hong Wang, Ph.D., came to the University from the National Institute of Mental Health at the start of the year.
More than 300 Rochester-area children are participating in the ABCD Study at the University of Rochester Medical Center thanks to the help of several community partners.
The NIMH-recommended test for mental state understanding is flawed.
Insight into the complexity of the visual system that illuminates Claude Monet’s processes and the intricacies of his work.
New research reveals how the nerve cells responsible for motor control modify their activity as we reach and grasp for objects.
New research shows that nerve cells maintain a state of balance when preparing to interpret what we see and this may explain why the healthy brain can block out distractions.
New assistant professor David Dodell-Feder studies the processes that underlie how humans navigate the social world and how those processes go awry in people with schizophrenia.
Iron deficiency is the one of the most prevalent nutritional deficiencies in the world and affects mainly pregnant mothers and young children.
Researchers have taken an important step toward what may become a new approach to restore hearing loss.
Neuroscientists at URMC have a powerful new tool at their disposal to study diseases like Autism, Alzheimer’s, and traumatic brain injury.
Monique S. Mendes is the first University of Rochester Medical Center graduate student to receive a prestigious diversity award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders in Stroke.
Farran Briggs studies neuronal circuits in the brain’s vision system and how attention affects the brain’s ability to process visual information.
Rochester researchers are poised to bring therapeutic interventions harnessing VR technology to their patients.
Researchers have identified a brain signal that indicates whether a person is comprehending what others are saying.
Study shows that smartphone technology can accurately track the severity of the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.