La Parálisis del Sueño ¿Qué es y qué lo causa?

Artículo original: Sleep Paralysis: What Is It and What Causes It?, Mira Rakicevic Traducido por Valia Gregory ~~~ La parálisis del sueño es un tipo de parasomnia (un término general… Read more

Neuro Cartilla: El Envejecimiento

Artículo original: Neuro Primer: Aging, Gabrielle Torre Traducido por Daniela Semerjian ~~~ ¿Qué le sucede al cerebro en el envejecimiento? El envejecimiento normal viene con muchos cambios en la estructura… Read more

Neuro Cartilla: Organoides Cerebrales

Artículo original: Neuro Primer: Cerebral Organoids, Caitlin Aamodt Traducido por Sebastián Martínez.  ~~~ Esto podría sonar como algo que el Dr. Frankenstein envidiaría, pero ahora los científicos pueden crear organoides… Read more

How Floating in Darkness Takes the Body off the Mind

What happens when your mind disconnects from all outside sensations? First, you undress, put in earplugs, and step into a floatation tank, the water warmed to the temperature of your… Read more

El Cerebro, las grasas saludables y la importancia de encajar en nuestros genes

Artículo original: Brain, Healthy Fats, and the Importance of Fitting Into Your Genes, Marco Travaglio Traducido por Jenna Hartstein ~~~ Nuestros cerebros son muy ricos en grasa. De hecho, cerca… Read more

Neuro Cartilla: Sistema Vestibular

Artículo original: Neuro Primer: Vestibular System, Alexa Erdogan Traducido por Valia Gregory ~~~ ¿Alguna vez ha visto imágenes de cámaras temblorosas tomadas por alguien corriendo frenéticamente por el bosque? La… Read more

Neuro Cartilla: El Sueño

Artículo original: Neuro Primer: Sleep, Joel Frohlich Traducido por Daniela Semerjian.  ~~~ Es fácil preguntar:  “¿Por qué dormir?” Pero también podemos darle la vuelta a la pregunta: “¿Por qué despertarse?”… Read more

Compartmentalizing A Culture War: A Stem Cell Biologist’s Relationship With Abortion Policy

The use of fetal tissue for scientific research has long been at the intersection of political polarization and medical breakthroughs. In 2019, the Trump administration passed restrictions on human fetal… Read more

Dialogues in Music Therapy and Social Neuroscience: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Clinical Progress

In his book “Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain”, the neurologist Oliver Sacks stated that music can “calm us, animate us, comfort us, thrill us, or serve to organize… Read more

The Blood Brain Barrier – Is it Really All it’s Described to Be?

Spanish Translation also available here: La Barrera Hematoencefálica – ¿Realmente funciona como su nombre indica?  ~~~ One of the mantras in neuroscience is that the blood brain barrier (BBB) protects… Read more

Sex Differences in the Neural Control of Thermogenesis: An Interview with Dr. Stephanie Correa

Understanding the complexity of the human mind and body is a feat that some would say is impossible. While the scientific community forges on despite the immense expanse of the… Read more

The rhythm of detachment: how a brain oscillation dissociates people from themselves and the world

You don’t need to be a therapist to know common clinical terms like anxiety and depression. But terms like derealization and depersonalization remain strangely esoteric, evading popular discussions of mental… Read more

The AMI Procedure- Gateway to a Cyborg Future

Advances in bioengineering and robotics have delivered incredible devices capable of partially restoring functionality to those who suffer from movement related disabilities. However, this technology is not perfect. Patients still… Read more

Focused Ultrasound: A Stimulating New Strategy To Treat Severe Brain Damage

A year into my doctoral training at UCLA, I escape the noisy hustle and bustle of Ronald Reagan Hospital at midday, into a clean and quiet room in the Intensive… Read more

Neuroscience Education in the Time of COVID-19: An Interview with Dr. Megan Peters about Neuromatch Academy

In March 2020, my research stopped. The cognitive neuroscience lab where I work was shuttered because our research involves collecting behavioral and neuroimaging data from human participants – something impermissible… Read more
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