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NIH-funded scientists discussed the current state of Alzheimer’s disease research and the importance of increased funding.
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Students will research a landmark neuroscience discovery and learn how it has advanced our understanding of the brain and created promise for treating neurological disorders.
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Brain-controlled prosthetics are making huge leaps forward thanks to new data.
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On July 13, 2016, 40 public health-related agencies, nonprofits, companies, and foundations participated in the first Public Health Fair on Capitol Hill.
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A catalog of all of the connections in the human brain may be possible with new technological advances.
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A patient and a physician discuss the difficulty of finding a depression treatment that works.
  • American Brain Coalition
With the goal of sharing the joy of science with the world, over two dozen volunteers from NW NOGGIN came to Washington, DC, recently for a week of outreach and education.
  • American Brain Coalition
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On April 19, congressional staff and research advocates gathered at the United States Capitol in Washington, DC to watch a new NOVA documentary about Alzheimer's disease and discuss the urgent need to find a cure for the disease.
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On March 23, 2016, lawmakers and research advocates gathered for a briefing about the importance of basic research to find treatments for diseases.
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At the Congressional Neuroscience Caucus briefing on the developing brain, leaders in the neuroscience field explored the fundamental differences between the growing and fully developed brain.
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Genetics experts, medical advocates, and lawmakers gathered on Capitol Hill to discuss the latest research on cutting edge gene-editing techniques.
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The United States bets big on the brain by funding new tools and technologies to study the nervous system.
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