Recent news about neuroscience and the brain from across Columbia.

A Columbia lab has identified how interactions between developing sensory cells help flies discern different sensory inputs.

When making decisions, we rely on different kinds of memory. How does the brain decide which to use?

With the help of the new atlas, researchers found features of motor neurons that make them vulnerable to degenerative disease. 

The interdisciplinary research opens avenues in treating chronic kidney disease, Alzheimer's, and other illnesses.

Indira Turney, an associate research scientist at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, is studying how brains age in diverse populations.

Columbia neuroscientists identify a mechanism in the brain that tags information with emotional associations for enhanced memory.

A new article highlights how an old psychedelic drug, Ariadne, may improve brain health without hallucinogenic effects.

President Lee C. Bollinger helped kick off an anniversary event with experts on vision, memory, and touch.

The awards will support one project on inflammatory pain and one that will guide improved breast cancer treatment.

The movie, “Theater of Thought,” examines the mystery of the brain.

Can the neurobiology of the simplest decisions also underlie our most complex thoughts?

A chance observation spawns a versatile new strategy for taking on some of humanity’s most vexing psychiatric disorders.