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From the inside out: Making sense of schizophrenia From the inside out: Making sense of schizophrenia Research

From the inside out: Making sense of schizophrenia

  • By Kelsie Smith Hayduk
  • Apr. 28, 2021
The senses — which serve as our brain’s window to the outside world — may play a key role in schizophrenia. Researchers believe the sensory systems in the brain of those living with schizophrenia may ...
Q&A with Ian Fibelkorn, Ph.D. Q&A with Ian Fibelkorn, Ph.D. Research

Q&A with Ian Fibelkorn, Ph.D.

  • By Kelsie Smith Hayduk
  • Apr. 28, 2021
Ian Fiebelkorn, Ph.D., joined the Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience in January 2021 as an assistant professor in Neuroscience. His research aims to understand how the brain selects the information ...
Postdoctoral Spotlight: Rianne Stowell, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Spotlight: Rianne Stowell, Ph.D. Research

Postdoctoral Spotlight: Rianne Stowell, Ph.D.

  • By Kelsie Smith Hayduk
  • Apr. 28, 2021
Rianne Stowell, Ph.D., (’19) is a postdoctoral associate in the lab of Kuan Wang, Ph.D. Her research focuses on adolescent development of the dopaminergic system, the collection of neurons in the ...
The perfect pilot: How a grant takes flight The perfect pilot: How a grant takes flight Research

The perfect pilot: How a grant takes flight

  • By Kelsie Smith Hayduk
  • Jan. 28, 2021
The Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience is committed to support novel, high-risk research that opens new doors of understanding of the brain and central nervous system. Since 2015, more than ...