Brain Research

mens and women's brains are different

Nicoletta Barolini/Columbia University

Columbia University scientists have identified a group of genes in roundworms that control the onset of puberty and induce sex differences in neural structures raises new questions of whether differences in male and female behavior are hardwired in our brains.

BRAINYAC: The Zuckerman Institute’s Brain Research Apprenticeships in New York at Columbia

Study points to possible treatments and confirms distinction between memory loss due to aging and that of Alzheimer's.