How the brain processes emotions
A new glimpse into working memory
“Lost” memories can be found
Kay Tye receives Presidential Early Career Award
Pinpointing loneliness in the brain
A day in the life of a synapse reveals new facets of the adult brain
How neurons lose their connections
Protein imaging reveals detailed brain architecture
Neuroscientists Reveal how the Brain can Enhance Connections
Congratulations to Kwanghun Chung: 2015 Packard Fellowship Recipient
Leveraging Genetic Diversity to Drive Precision Medicine
How the brain controls sleep
How the brain encodes time and place
Glenn Foundation gift to MIT to fund multiple research initiatives on how we age
Uncovering a dynamic cortex: Neuroscientists show that multiple cortical regions are needed to process information.
Recalling happier memories can reverse depression: Artificially reactivating positive memories could offer an alternative to traditional antidepressants.
Process that allows brains to learn and remember also leads to degeneration with age.
Researchers at MIT’s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory have identified a master genetic regulator that could account for faulty brain functions that contribute to schizophrenia.
How the brain tells good from bad
Picower neuroscientists identify neurons in the amygdala that assign emotions to experience.

Picower researchers ID brain mechanisms underlying alertness and attentiveness
Alana Foundation gift to support study of Down syndrome
Picower Institute to partner on four projects with Case Western Reserve University.
How Brain Waves Guide Memory Formation
Neurons hum at different frequencies to tell the brain which memories it should store
Epigenomics of Alzheimer’s Disease Progression
Study of epigenomic modifications reveals immune basis of Alzheimer's disease
Sugar on the Brain Circuit
Mice seeking sweets may hold key to compulsive overeating
Decoding Sugar Addiction
Separate neural circuits control sugar cravings and healthy eating

Upcoming Events

10May4:00 pm- 5:00 pmAging Brain Initiative Seminar Series with Dr. David BennettBiologic Architecture of Age-Related Cognitive Decline4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 43 Vassar ST Room 46-3310, Cambridge, MA 02139Event Type:Aging Brain Seminar SeriesAvailability:Public Event
12May8:30 am- 5:00 pmThe Picower Institute 2016 Spring SymposiumNew Insights on Early Life Stress & Mental Health8:30 am - 5:00 pm 43 Vassar ST Room 46-3002, Cambridge, MA 02139Event Type:Symposia,Availability:Must RegisterPublic Event
23May1:00 pm- 2:00 pmPicower Bioinformatics Monthly Workshop: R scripting for genomic data analysis/visualization1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 43 Vassar ST Room 46-6309, Cambridge, MA 02139Event Type:Special Seminars,Availability:Picower Community Only
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