Neuroscience

Dr. Christopher Giza examines Kennedy Dierk, 14, at the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSport Clinic. A new survey shows most parents rely on outdated advice when caring for kids with concussions.

Most parents likely to follow outdated concussion advice

UCLA survey shows majority of parents are apt to heed advice that could worsen symptoms for kids with concussions.

UCLA jump-start coma

UCLA scientists jump-start a man’s brain after coma

New noninvasive technique may lead to low-cost therapy for patients with severe brain injury.

Football UCLA MRI CTE

MRI scans may be able to diagnose CTE in living patients

Disease from chronic head trauma, known for affecting football players, has been confirmable only in autopsies — until now.

Brandon Chuang UC Berkeley

Berkeley-bound scholar rises from the depths of schizophrenia

Brandon Chuang takes the mental disease he will be studying very personally.

UCSF Opioid pills

Researchers develop safer opioid painkiller from scratch

New compound, tested in mice, could reduce overdoses and possibly curb addiction.

UC Berkeley Zinca

How search-and-rescue dogs find you

A neuroscientist on the olfactory secrets that transform certain animals into superior trackers.

Sting UC Santa Barbara

Inside the mind of Sting

Why every little thing he does is magic.

Roopa Grewal UCSF

The key to effectively treating mental illness? Eliminate the stigma

Viewing mental health through the lens of neuroscience can help more people get treatment.

Neural dust UC Berkeley

'Neural dust' could treat the body from inside

On the horizon: wireless, batteryless implants for monitoring organs and improving prosthetics.

Great works of art can remind students the brain is the home of memory, emotions and sometimes devastating illness.

Literature and film help teach students to understand the brain

Course combining anatomy, history and humanities provides interdisciplinary approach to studying neuroscience.

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