Pitt study casts new light on neurodevelopment of schizophrenia
Kenneth Fish, PhD, says that normal pruning of a special class of inhibitory nerve cells in the prefrontal cortex may be blunted in schizophrenia.
Monday, June 12, 2017
WESA: Why white-noise therapy may prevent tinnitus
Exposure to moderate-level noise soon after you experience loud, potentially damaging sounds seems to be much better than silence for averting development of ringing in the ears, says Karl Kandler.
Thursday, June 8, 2017
Brain Institute associate director appointed to new posts in provost's office
Nathan Urban, PhD, leaves his special projects position, to become vice provost for graduate studies and strategic initiatives. Urban will also lead development efforts.