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TSRI and Scripps Clinic Lay Groundwork for Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Trials
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Scientists Uncover Previously Unknown Mechanism of Memory Formation

A new study led by Assistant Professor Courtney Miller found that a specific microRNA—miR-182—is deeply involved in some types of memory formation.

TSRI and Scripps Clinic Lay Groundwork for Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Trials

A team is reprogramming skin cells to become dopamine-producing brain cells.

A New Natural Products Library Comes to Town

It has taken Professor Ben Shen about two years to put together a new library of natural products, but now the results are in and he’s excited.

Memory Researcher Joins FL Neuroscience Faculty

Assistant Professor Seth Tomchik, who received a National Institute of Mental Health Pathway to Independence Award in 2010, has become a member of the institute’s faculty.

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