Neuroscience Archive

Christian Holscher, Lancaster University – Cognitive Medications

Can drugs used to treat diabetes also help patients with other cognitive diseases? Christian Holscher, professor

Lisa Stowers, Scripps Research Institute – Smell & Behavior

How does your sense of smell affect your behavior? Lisa Stowers, associate professor at the Scripps

John DesJardins, Clemson University – Football Helmet Research

Football players can have as many as 2,000 brain-jarring hits per year. John DesJardins, Assistant Professor of

Matthew Xu-Friedman, University at Buffalo – Processing Noise

How are nerve cells and the connections between them affected by activity? Matthew Xu-Friedman, associate professor

Michael Howell, University of Minnesota – Athletic Slumber

Sleep training might offer some interesting health benefits. Michael Howell, neurologist at University of Minnesota, discusses

Sarah Allen, PCOM – Concussion Recovery

We’ve previously discussed the frequency of concussions, but today we’re looking at recovery. Sarah Allen, a

Michael Howell, University of Minnesota – Paradox Lost

Ideally, sleep is a restful time that recharges our bodies and readies us for the coming

Jennifer Talarico, Lafayette College – Imperfect Memories

Your recollection of a particular event might be exceptionally detailed and completely inaccurate. Jennifer Talarico, a

Michelle Miller, Northern Arizona University – Memory Encoding

The human brain is exceptionally complex. Michelle Miller, a professor of psychological sciences at Northern Arizona

Ky Kugler, Chapman University – Severity and Frequency of Concussions

It’s the NFL off-season, but concussions are still very much in our thoughts. Ky Kugler, a