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  • the brain Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tonegawa Lab News Posted January 23 2014 In the Brain Timing is Everything Study reveals how the brain links memories of events that occur one after the other Suppose you heard the sound of skidding tires followed by a car crash The next time you heard such a skid Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tye Lab News Posted January 18 2014 A Common Brain Pathway For Anxiety And Social Behavior MIT neuroscientist Kay Tye finds a discrete brain circuit that controls social interaction which is impaired in many brain disorders Impaired social interaction is a common feature in autism Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tye Lab News Posted August 21 2013 Brain Circuit can Tune Anxiety New findings may help neuroscientists pinpoint better targets for anti anxiety treatments Anxiety disorders which include posttraumatic stress disorder social phobias and obsessive compulsive Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tonegawa Lab News Posted June 8 2011 Brain Mechanism Explains Sense of Deja Vu Most people have had deja vu that eerie sense of having experienced something before but U S researchers have identified the part of the brain responsible for this sensation and Read More Load More News Topics Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Featured News Lab News Bear Lab News Brown Lab News Chung Lab News Flavell Lab News Heiman Lab News Littleton Lab News Miller Lab News Nedivi Lab News Sur Lab News Tonegawa Lab News Tsai Lab News Tye Lab News Wilson Lab News Xu Lab News Publications Bear Lab Publications Brown Lab Publications Chung Lab Publications Flavell Lab Publications Heiman Lab Publications Littleton Lab Publications Miller Lab Publications

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/hippocampus/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Home Tag lost memories 2 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News News Press Releases Tonegawa Lab News Posted March 16 2016 Lost memories can be found In the early stages of Alzheimer s disease patients are often unable to remember recent experiences However a new study from MIT suggests that those memories are still stored in the brain Read More Load More News Topics Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Featured News Lab News Bear Lab News Brown Lab News Chung Lab News Flavell Lab News Heiman Lab News Littleton Lab News Miller Lab News Nedivi Lab News Sur Lab News Tonegawa Lab News Tsai Lab News Tye Lab News Wilson Lab News Xu Lab News Publications Bear Lab Publications Brown Lab Publications Chung Lab Publications Flavell Lab Publications Heiman Lab Publications Littleton Lab Publications Miller Lab Publications Nedivi Lab Publications Sur Lab Publications Tonegawa Lab Publications Tsai Lab Publications Tye Lab Publications Wilson Lab Publications Xu Lab Publications Events Colloquia Picower Lectures Special Seminars Symposia Picower Retreats Plastic Lunches Press Inquiries Najat Kessler Communications Administrator Email najatk mit edu Phone 617 452 2485 The Picower Institute Director s Message Leadership History and Mission

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/lost-memories/ (2016-04-25)
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  • A ding from your computer alerts you to a Facebook post and you check that before you ve finished texting Switching among devices Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Chung Lab News Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Press Releases Posted October 19 2015 Congratulations to Kwanghun Chung 2015 Packard Fellowship Recipient Kwanghun KC Chung investigator of neuroscience at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory core faculty of the Institute for Medical Engineering Science IMES and an assistant Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Press Releases Sur Lab News Posted October 15 2015 Leveraging Genetic Diversity to Drive Precision Medicine Heterogeneity Presents Challenges and Opportunities for Treating Autism Genetic research suggests that hundreds of genes are likely risk factors for neurodevelopmental disorders like autism This Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Press Releases Tsai Lab News Posted June 25 2015 Glenn Foundation gift to MIT to fund multiple research initiatives on how we age Building on its previous gifts to MIT the Glenn Foundation for Medical Research has pledged 2 million to establish a new center for the study of aging that incorporates research initiatives in Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In News Press Releases Sur Lab News Posted April 27 2015 Picower researchers ID brain mechanisms underlying alertness and attentiveness CAMBRIDGE Mass Researchers at MIT s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory show for the first time that a common neurotransmitter acts via a single type of neuron to enable the Read More Load More News Topics Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Featured News Lab News Bear Lab News Brown Lab News Chung Lab News Flavell Lab News Heiman Lab News Littleton Lab News Miller Lab News Nedivi Lab

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/mit/ (2016-04-25)
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  • two circuits showed opposite activity Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tye Lab News Posted February 7 2015 Getting cravings out of your head For most of us losing weight means ditching the doughnuts or hitting the treadmill Tye thinks we ve got it all wrong that instead of focusing on what we put into our mouths we should be Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tye Lab News Posted January 29 2015 Researchers Discover Brain Circuit that Controls Compulsive Overeating and Sugar Addiction Compulsive overeating and sugar addiction are major threats to human health but potential treatments face the risk of impairing normal feeding behaviors that are crucial for survival A study Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tye Lab News Posted January 29 2015 Mice Seeking Sweets May Hold Key To Compulsive Overeating Sugar on the Brain Circuit Mice Seeking Sweets May Hold Key To Compulsive Overeating You know the feeling you re tired cranky low or just have a serious relentless desire for something Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In News Posted August 27 2014 Neuroscientists Reverse Memories Emotional Associations MIT study also identifies the brain circuit that links feelings to memories Most memories have some kind of emotion associated with them Recalling the week you just spent at the beach probably Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tonegawa Lab News Posted January 23 2014 In the Brain Timing is Everything Study reveals how the brain links memories of events that occur one after the other Suppose you heard the sound of skidding tires followed by a car crash The next time you heard such a skid Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tye Lab News Posted January 15 2014 A Common Brain Pathway for Anxiety and Social Behavior MIT neuroscientist Kay Tye finds a discrete brain circuit that controls social interaction which is impaired in many brain disorders Impaired social interaction is a common feature in autism Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tye Lab News Posted August 21 2013 Brain Circuit can Tune Anxiety New findings may help neuroscientists pinpoint better targets for anti anxiety treatments Anxiety disorders which include posttraumatic stress disorder social phobias and obsessive compulsive Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tye Lab News Posted December 12 2012 The Two Faces of Depression Two Studies Switch off Symptoms in Mice but in Opposite Ways In a lab at Stanford University a mouse is showing signs of depression For around 10 weeks it has experienced a series of irritations from bouts without food or water to erratic sleep Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tonegawa Lab News Posted March 22 2012 Researchers Show that Memories Reside in Specific Brain Cells Simply activating a tiny number of neurons can conjure an entire memory Our fond

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/optogenetics/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Science researchers at MIT reveal that they Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab News Press Releases Posted January 20 2015 MIT Researchers Find where Visual Memories are Made Discovery could lead to new treatments for cognitive disorders including autism and schizophrenia In findings that may lead to new treatments for cognitive disorders researchers at MIT s Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab News Press Releases Posted January 12 2015 New Findings Reveal Genetic Brain Disorders Converge at the Synapse Picower Institute researchers show that different causes of autism and intellectual disability respond to the same treatment Several genetic disorders cause intellectual disability and autism Read More 1 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Sur Lab News Posted December 11 2014 Picower Neuroscientists Reveal Fundamental Discovery about Cortical Neurons Inhibitory neuron functionality is not an immutable property of cortical cells but a consequence of more complex network dynamics The two major types of neuron in the brain s cerebral cortex Read More 2 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab News Press Releases Posted November 19 2014 Professor Mark Bear receives Inscopix DECODE Award The Picower Institute congratulates Mark Bear the Picower Professor of Neuroscience in MIT s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and other awardees selected to receive one of 10 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Press Releases Tonegawa Lab News Posted October 27 2014 Xu Liu and Steve Ramirez win 2014 American Ingenuity Award The Picower Institute for Learning and Memory congratulates postdoctoral associate Xu Liu and graduate student Steve Ramirez both members of Susumu Tonegawa s Picower lab who recently received Read More Load More News Topics Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Featured News Lab News Bear Lab News Brown Lab News Chung Lab News

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/school-of-science/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Tonegawa Lab Publications Posted January 30 2015 Identification and Manipulation of Memory Engram Cells Liu X Ramirez S Redondo R L Tonegawa S 2015 Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol 79 59 65 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tonegawa Lab News Posted October 17 2014 Meet the Two Scientists Who Implanted a False Memory Into a Mouse The prospect of tinkering precisely with memory has tantalized scientists for years A lot of people had been thinking along these lines says Sheena Josselyn a senior neuroscientist at the Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In News Posted August 27 2014 Neuroscientists Reverse Memories Emotional Associations MIT study also identifies the brain circuit that links feelings to memories Most memories have some kind of emotion associated with them Recalling the week you just spent at the beach probably Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tonegawa Lab News Posted August 27 2014 Mouse Memories flipped from Fearful to Cheerful By artificially activating circuits in the brain scientists have turned negative memories into positive ones They gave mice bad memories of a place then made them good or vice versa Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tonegawa Lab News Posted August 27 2014 New Studies Erase Traumatic Memories in Mice What if wiping out a traumatic memory were as simple as taking a few breaths What if with the flip of a switch a frightening recollection could lose its nightmarish feeling or a pleasurable Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tonegawa Lab News Posted August 27 2014 Mice May Light the Way to Treating PTSD Someone who has been mugged in a dark alley will likely never want to return there having associated that location with a fear of being attacked But neuroscientists working with mice say Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tonegawa Lab News Posted August 27 2014 Swap Bad Memories for Good at the Flick of a Switch Memory is a fickle beast A bad experience can turn a once loved coffee shop or holiday destination into a place to be avoided Now experiments in mice have shown how such associations can be Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In News Posted August 27 2014 Using Light Technique Scientists Find Dimmer Switch for Memories in Mice Memories and the feelings associated with them are not set in stone You may have happy memories about your family s annual ski vacation but if you see a tragic accident on the slopes those Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Media Mentions Tonegawa Lab News Posted August 27 2014 Tricking Memory in Lab Animals Stokes Hope for Ptsd The frailty of remembrance might have an upside When a memory is recalled two research teams reported on Wednesday it can be erased or rewired so that a painful recollection is physically Read More

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/susumu-tonegawa/ (2016-04-25)
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  • brain Humans like all social animals have a fundamental need for contact with others This deeply ingrained instinct helps us to survive it s much easier to find food shelter and other necessities Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab News Press Releases Posted January 20 2015 MIT Researchers Find where Visual Memories are Made Discovery could lead to new treatments for cognitive disorders including autism and schizophrenia In findings that may lead to new treatments for cognitive disorders researchers at MIT s Read More Load More News Topics Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Featured News Lab News Bear Lab News Brown Lab News Chung Lab News Flavell Lab News Heiman Lab News Littleton Lab News Miller Lab News Nedivi Lab News Sur Lab News Tonegawa Lab News Tsai Lab News Tye Lab News Wilson Lab News Xu Lab News Publications Bear Lab Publications Brown Lab Publications Chung Lab Publications Flavell Lab Publications Heiman Lab Publications Littleton Lab Publications Miller Lab Publications Nedivi Lab Publications Sur Lab Publications Tonegawa Lab Publications Tsai Lab Publications Tye Lab Publications Wilson Lab Publications Xu Lab Publications Events Colloquia Picower Lectures Special Seminars Symposia Picower Retreats Plastic

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/behavior/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Home Tag Gillian Matthews 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News News Press Releases Tye Lab News Posted February 11 2016 Pinpointing loneliness in the brain Humans like all social animals have a fundamental need for contact with others This deeply ingrained instinct helps us to survive it s much easier to find food shelter and other necessities Read More Load More News Topics Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Featured News Lab News Bear Lab News Brown Lab News Chung Lab News Flavell Lab News Heiman Lab News Littleton Lab News Miller Lab News Nedivi Lab News Sur Lab News Tonegawa Lab News Tsai Lab News Tye Lab News Wilson Lab News Xu Lab News Publications Bear Lab Publications Brown Lab Publications Chung Lab Publications Flavell Lab Publications Heiman Lab Publications Littleton Lab Publications Miller Lab Publications Nedivi Lab Publications Sur Lab Publications Tonegawa Lab Publications Tsai Lab Publications Tye Lab Publications Wilson Lab Publications Xu Lab Publications Events Colloquia Picower Lectures Special Seminars Symposia Picower Retreats Plastic Lunches Press Inquiries Najat Kessler Communications Administrator Email najatk mit edu Phone 617 452 2485 The Picower Institute Director s Message Leadership History and Mission

    Original URL path: https://picower.mit.edu/cms/tag/gillian-matthews/ (2016-04-25)
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