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Elsevier announces the launch of journal: Clinical Neurophysiology Practice
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of Clinical Neurophysiology Practice, an open-access journal that focuses on clinical practice issues in clinical neurophysiology. (2016-05-24)
Harvard's Donald Schomer, M.D., named AES J. Kiffin Penry Award recipient
Donald Schomer, M.D.,professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, received the J. (2015-12-07)
Guideline: Monitoring spinal cord during surgery may help prevent paralysis
The American Academy of Neurology is issuing an updated guideline that recommends monitoring the spinal cord during spinal surgery and certain chest surgeries to help prevent paralysis, or loss of muscle function, related to the surgeries. (2012-02-20)
Early indications of Parkinson's disease revealed in dream sleep
During a large-scale study of the socioeconomic costs of this neurodegenerative disease, Danish researchers, some from the University of Copenhagen, discovered that very early symptoms of Parkinson's disease may be revealed in dream or REM sleep. (2011-03-28)
The 1st International Conference on Neurorehabilitation to be held in Toledo, Spain
Researchers and students from the fields of Clinical Rehabilitation, Applied Neurophysiology and Biomedical Engineering will meet Nov. (2012-06-25)
State Sen. Jeff Klein launches Einstein's new lab
New York State Senator Jeffrey D. Klein joined administrators and faculty members of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University last Friday to officially open their new Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory. (2011-11-15)
Learning And Skilled Performance Use Different Brain Circuits
The parts of the brain that enable you to do a familiar task are different from those that learn that task, a new study confirms. (1998-10-05)
Atomic force imaging used to study nematodes
In a new study, researchers report for the first time the effective imaging of the nanoscale structure of C. elegans nematodes' cuticle using atomic force microscopy operating in PeakForce Tapping mode. (2017-02-17)
Determining motor deficits more precisely following a stroke
After a stroke, many people are unable to successfully perform basic hand movements in everyday life. (2017-09-06)
Researchers find new learning strategy
Central to being human is the ability to adapt: we learn from our mistakes. (2006-08-07)
Patients with balance disorders benefit from integrative therapy
Over the last 25 years, intensive efforts by physicians, physical therapists, and occupational therapists have developed integrative rehabilitation regimens that can alleviate balance disorders associated with neurological disease, trauma or weightlessness. (2011-11-28)
Muscle weakness: New mutation identified
New research, published in the Journal of Physiology, has identified a novel mutation associated with muscle weakness and distal limb deformities. (2007-06-14)
Behavioral therapy improves sleep and lives of patients with pain
Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia significantly improved sleep for patients with chronic neck or back pain and also reduced the extent to which pain interfered with their daily functioning, according to a study by University of Rochester Medical Center researchers. (2010-02-11)
Barrow researcher receives grant to study flicker fusion
Stephen Macknik, Ph.D., director of Laboratory and Behavioral Neurophysiology at Barrow Neurological Institute at St. (2007-06-18)
Beta of Neurodata Without Borders software now available
Neuroscientists can now explore a beta version of the new Neurodata Without Borders: Neurophysiology (NWB:N 2.0) software and offer input to developers before it is fully released next year. (2017-12-12)
Study links romantic rejection with reward and addiction centers in the brain
Researchers have linked rejection by a romantic partner to brain activity associated with motivation, reward and addiction cravings, according to a study published in the July issue of the Journal of Neurophysiology. (2010-07-06)
NIH awards OHSU researcher $1.2 million to determine causes of, risk factors for pelvic floor injury
The National Institutes of Health grants will support this first-of-its-kind study using technology developed for neurophysiologists. (2008-02-26)
Link between respiration and high blood pressure in sleep apnea studied at IUPUI
IUPUI applied mathematician Yaroslav Molkov is developing a computational model to simulate the electrical signals generated by neurons that travel from the brain to the muscles controlling breathing and blood vessels as he looks at the link between respiration and high blood pressure in obstructive sleep apnea. (2015-04-21)
Studies: Motor control development continues longer than previously believed
Research into fine motor control in children shows that developmental improvements continue much later than previously believed, and aren't isolated to the brain. (2013-09-18)
COGA Suggests Genetic Loci For P3 Brain Wave Abnormality
Drs. Henri Begleiter and Bernice Porjesz, Department of Psychiatry, State University of NY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, and colleagues in the six- university Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism (COGA) identify in the May Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, Vol. (1998-05-20)
BU researchers probe link between theta rhythm and ability of animals to track location
In a paper to be published April 29, 2011, in the journal Science, a team of Boston University researchers under the direction of Michael Hasselmo, professor of psychology and director of Boston University's Computational Neurophysiology Laboratory, and Mark Brandon, a recent graduate of the Graduate Program for Neuroscience at Boston University, present findings that support the hypothesis that spatial coding by grid cells requires theta rhythm oscillations, and dissociates the mechanisms underlying the generation of entorhinal grid cell periodicity and head-direction selectivity. (2011-04-28)
Barrow researcher receives grant to study fixational eye movements
Susana Martinez-Conde, Ph.D., director of the Laboratory of Visual Neuroscience at Barrow Neurological Institute at St. (2007-08-22)
Graduate research scientist at Rutgers University in Newark receives honors
Neuroscientist Dr. Mariano Belluscio of Rutgers University is one of 10 2008 Pew Latin American Fellows in Biomedical Sciences awarded by the Pew Charitable Trusts. (2008-11-12)
Erectile dysfunction study shows high prevalence of peripheral neuropathy
Researchers have uncovered clear links between erectile dysfunction (ED) and peripheral neuropathy. (2011-11-15)
Registration opens for largest epilepsy conference in the world
More than 5,000 epilepsy professionals from around the world will gather Dec. (2016-07-18)
Epilepsy drugs may cause sexual disorders
The use of antiepileptic drugs can lead to decreased fertility and increased incidence of reproductive endocrine disorders in both men and women. (2007-10-24)
ADHD medicine affects the brain's reward system
A group of scientists from the University of Copenhagen has created a model that shows how some types of ADHD medicine influence the brain's reward system. (2012-11-09)
An integrated perspective on diabetic, alcoholic, and drug-induced neuropathy
Neuropathic pain (NeuP) is a persistent, debilitating form of chronic pain that results from damaged nerves. (2017-06-22)
The high price of sleep disorders
Danish sleep researchers at the University of Copenhagen and the Danish Institute for Health Services Research have examined the socio-economic consequences of the sleep disorder hypersomnia in one of the largest studies of its kind. (2010-12-17)
The science behind the cape
What do you have when you line up a martial artist, acrobatic gymnast, police officer, firefighter, NASCAR driver, and NFL running back? (2011-03-08)
Stroke victims experiencing seizures more likely to die
Seizures may be a sign of significant brain injury, and may occur in patients that experience any type of stroke. (2008-05-19)
LSUHSC's Tilton awarded prestigious Hower Award
The Child Neurology Society presented Ann Henderson Tilton, MD, Clinical Professor of Neurology at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, with the 2012 Hower Award at the 41st Annual CNS Meeting in November. (2012-11-28)
Grammar: Eventually the brain opts for the easy route
Languages are constantly evolving -- and grammar is no exception. (2015-08-13)
No two faces are the same
As part of a cooperation with the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Berlin and the University of Bamberg, researchers from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin have been studying a probably congenital dysfunction that is characterized by the inability to recognize familiar faces. (2015-12-04)
Neuroscientists, funders launch resource aimed at breaking data barriers in brain research
An alliance of brain researchers and funders has announced a common data format to facilitate the free and open exchange of complex information about the brain -- information that scientists can then use to accelerate progress in understanding the brain and developing new treatments for brain disorders. (2015-11-20)
Translational symposium aims to advance research on hot flashes
The National Institute on Aging and the North American Menopause Society are sponsoring the 2nd Utian Translational Science Symposium, 'The Science of Thermoregulation and Vasomotor Symptoms: New Targets for Research and Treatment' to be held on Tuesday, Oct. (2014-09-26)
Researchers find yoga helps ease stress related medical and psychological conditions
An article by researchers from Boston University School of Medicine, New York Medical College, and the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons reviews evidence that yoga may be effective in treating patients with stress-related psychological and medical conditions such as depression, anxiety, high blood pressure and cardiac disease. (2012-03-06)
Mount Sinai researchers develop technique to monitor laryngeal & vagus nerves in surgery
New method could lower complication rates and transform patient care. (2017-07-01)
IUPUI neuroscience research collaboration examines neural synchronization patterns during addiction
A cross-disciplinary collaboration of researchers in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis explores the neural synchrony between circuits in the brain and their behavior under simulated drug addiction. (2013-06-04)
Two new studies on the connection between hypertension and cognitive decline
With the number of individuals affected by cognitive decline expected to rise over the next few decades, investigating its potential causes is of major public health interest. (2015-07-02)
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