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neuroscience

Texas A&M researcher named STAT Madness contender

March 4, 2019
Voting to support alcoholism research in the first round March 4 - 7

New antidotes to shield military and civilians from chemical agents

November 16, 2018
A Texas A&M researcher’s pursuit for antidotes to break seizure circuit may be key to thwarting chemical warfare

Shedding light on cognitive aging

August 6, 2018
A neuroscientist combines novel genetic and engineering tools to explore age-related decline in mental skills

Can studying autism also yield clues about addiction?

July 9, 2018
How communication—and miscommunication—between neurons can influence everything from learning and memory, to drug addiction and autism

Curcumin shows promise for treating Gulf War illness

March 5, 2018
Texas A&M and Central Texas Veterans Health Care System researchers find component of turmeric effective in treating Gulf War illness symptoms

Building, breaking connections: Neuron networks influence alcoholism

February 12, 2018
The urge to drink may be 'turned on,' offering clues about how to turn it off

Synapses: Crucial connections

January 2, 2018
Synapses connect one neuron to another and are thus responsible for every thought, memory or movement—but how do they work?

Researchers crack the neuro-code for treating women with menstrual period-linked epilepsy

October 9, 2017
A unique platform has been created for clinical trials for catamenial seizures

Modeling Gulf War illness: Knowing the cause of brain dysfunction is key to finding a cure

June 14, 2017
With hundreds of thousands of veterans experiencing long-term side effects of their service, the hunt for a treatment is on

Preventing seizure-caused damage to the brain

April 10, 2017
New research from the Texas A&M College of Medicine points to a potential way to protect neurons