Led by Eva Anton, PhD, scientists have uncovered details of a key cellular mechanism crucial for brain development. This process of brain development is spawned by a gene that, when mutated, had previously been linked to the development of autism. See the full story in the UNC SOM Newsroom here.
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The UNC Neuroscience PhD program was established in 1966, making it the second oldest Neuroscience PhD Curriculum in the United States. The Curriculum has been funded continuously for over 27 years from the NIH and recognized by the NIH as a model predoctoral training program. We are pleased to announce the training grant has been … Continued
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Gregory Scherrer from Stanford University and Dr. Adam Hantman from HHMI’s Janelia Research Campus to the UNC Neuroscience Center and the Department of Cell Biology & Physiology. Dr. Scherrer’s lab investigates the neurobiology of pain perception and the mechanisms of action of opioids, and will begin September 1, 2019. … Continued
The 19th Annual UNC Neuroscience Symposium will be held on Thursday, October 11th at the Carolina Club. The annual Andrew S Rachlin UNC Neuroscience Symposium will be held on October 11th, 2018 at the Carolina Club (150 Stadium Dr, Chapel Hill, NC 27514). This year’s Symposium will focus on genetic variation associated with neuropsychiatric … Continued