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  • Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Wilson Lab News Posted May 7 2015 Researchers Identify Potential Cause Of Schizophrenic Symptoms Imagine a waking nightmare That s how Elyn Saks law professor and mental health advocate describes the delusions hallucinations memory loss and mental fragmentation that schizophrenia Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Wilson Lab Publications Posted February 28 2015 Delta Frequency Optogenetic Stimulation of the Thalamic Nucleus Reuniens is Sufficent to Produce Working Memory Deficits Relevance to Schizophrenia Duan A R Varela C Zhang Y Shen Y Xiong L Wilson M A Lisman J 2015 Biol Psychiatry 77 12 1098 1107 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Wilson Lab Publications Posted February 11 2015 Phase organization of network computations Wilson M A Varela C Remondes M 2015 Curr Opin Neurobiol 31 250 3 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Wilson Lab Publications Posted January 13 2015 Optogenetic activation of cholinergic neurons in the PPT or LDT induces REM sleep Van Dort C J Zachs D P Kenny J D Zheng S Goldblum R R Gelwan N A Ramos D M Nolan M A Wang K Weng F J Lin Y Wilson M A Brown E N 2015 Proc Natl Acad Sci USA Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Wilson Lab News Posted October 6 2014 Nobel for Brain s Location Code Three scientists who made headway in cracking the brain s code win Nobel Prize for discovering animal s inner GPS The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to three researchers who made 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

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  • experience VTA neurons coordinate with the hippocampal reactivation of spatial experience By Joshua Sarinana Posted November 6 2015 In Publications Wilson Lab Publications 0 Gomperts SN Kloosterman F Wilson MA Elife 2015 Oct 14 4 doi 10 7554 eLife 05360 Tags Matthew Wilson Publications Wilson Lab Recommended Posts Conserved hippocampal cellular pathophysiology but distinct behavioural deficits in a new rat model of FXS Resolving the neural circuits of anxiety Emergence of dominant initiation sites for interictal spikes in rat neocortex 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

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  • health advocate describes the delusions hallucinations memory loss and mental fragmentation that schizophrenia causes The mental disorder affects millions of people worldwide but the cause of its wide ranging symptoms remains largely unknown At Brandeis University researchers believe they have discovered an abnormality in the schizophrenic brain that could be responsible for many of the disease s symptoms and could provide a drug target for therapeutic treatments View Original Article Tags Matthew Wilson neural oscillations Schizophrenia thalamus Wilson Lab Recommended Posts VTA neurons coordinate with the hippocampal reactivation of spatial experience How the brain controls sleep Delta Frequency Optogenetic Stimulation of the Thalamic Nucleus Reuniens is Sufficent to Produce Working Memory Deficits Relevance to Schizophrenia 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

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  • Lunches News Media Mentions Press Releases Neuroscience News Picower e Newsletter Publications Lab News Media Images Videos Podcasts Documents Contact Picower News Home ERROR Please select a event archieve page in eventON Settings The Picower Institute Director s Message Leadership History and Mission Graduate Students Careers News Center News Join Our Mailing List Media Mentions Press Releases Media Scientific Community Neuroscience News Publications RIKEN MIT Core Facilities and Resources Get

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  • s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences has joined the Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Littleton Lab News News Press Releases Posted November 18 2015 Neuroscientists Reveal how the Brain can Enhance Connections Newly identified mechanism allows the brain to strengthen links between neurons When the brain forms memories or learns a new task it encodes the new information by tuning connections between Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab Publications Publications Posted November 6 2015 Metabotropic glutamate receptor signaling is required for NMDA receptor dependent ocular dominance plasticity and LTD in visual cortex Sidorov MS Kaplan ES Osterweil EK Lindemann L Bear MF Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015 Oct 13 112 41 12852 7 doi 10 1073 pnas 1512878112 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab Publications Publications Posted November 6 2015 Conserved hippocampal cellular pathophysiology but distinct behavioural deficits in a new rat model of FXS Till SM Asiminas A Jackson AD Katsanevaki D Barnes SA Osterweil EK Bear MF Chattarji S Wood ER Wyllie DJ Kind PC Hum Mol Genet 2015 Nov 1 24 21 5977 84 doi 10 1093 hmg ddv299 Read More 1 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Tye Lab Publications Posted November 6 2015 Resolving the neural circuits of anxiety Calhoon GG Tye KM Nat Neurosci 2015 Oct 18 10 1394 404 doi 10 1038 nn 4101 Read More 1 By Joshua Sarinana In Littleton Lab Publications Publications Posted November 6 2015 Transmission Development and Plasticity of Synapses Harris KP Littleton JT Genetics 2015 Oct 201 2 345 75 doi 10 1534 genetics 115 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Wilson Lab Publications Posted November 6 2015 VTA neurons coordinate with the hippocampal reactivation of spatial experience Gomperts SN Kloosterman F Wilson MA Elife 2015 Oct 14 4 doi 10 7554 eLife 05360 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Xu Lab Publications Posted November 6 2015 Emergence of dominant initiation sites for interictal spikes in rat neocortex Vitantonio D Xu W Geng X Wolff BS Takagaki K Motamedi GK Wu JY J Neurophysiol 2015 Oct 7 jn 00471 2014 doi 10 1152 jn 00471 2014 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tonegawa Lab News Posted November 6 2015 How your brain puts the where and when in memories Each memory relies on three critical elements those being the what where and when building blocks Neuroscientists from MIT have identified a brain circuit connecting the hippocampus Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News News Tonegawa Lab News Posted November 6 2015 Q A Memory Man Susumu Tonegawa unlocked the genetic secrets behind antibodies diverse structures which earned him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1987 Having since moved fields he tells Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tsai Lab News Posted November 6 2015 Summer Reseach

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  • News Media Mentions Miller Lab News News Posted June 21 2015 How being constantly connected is hurting our productivity Humans now have a lower attention span than goldfish according to new research A study by technology giant Microsoft has found that we stay focused for a mere eight seconds goldfish can Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions Miller Lab News News Posted June 20 2015 The 10 Percent of the Brain Myth is Still Bullshit Neuroscientists Say There s this persistent notion that we use a mere 10 percent of our brains at any given moment If only we could tap into more of the magnificent squishy machine in our heads we d become Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Miller Lab Publications Publications Posted June 19 2015 Cortical information flow during flexible sensorimotor decisions Siegel M Buschman T J Miller E K 2015 Science 348 6241 1352 5 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Miller Lab News News Press Releases Posted June 19 2015 Uncovering a dynamic cortex Researchers at MIT have proven that the brain s cortex doesn t process specific tasks in highly specialized modules showing that the cortex is in fact quite dynamic when sharing information Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab Publications Publications Posted June 18 2015 Erratum Visual recognition memory manifested as long term habituation requires synaptic plasticity in V1 Cooke SF Komorowski RW Kaplan ES Gavornik JP Bear MF Nat Neurosci 2015 Jun 18 6 926 doi 10 1038 nn0615 926d Read More 1 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Tonegawa Lab Publications Posted June 18 2015 Activating positive memory engrams suppresses depression like behaviour Ramirez S Liu X MacDonald C J Moffa A Zhou J Redondo R L Tonegawa S 2015 Nature 522 7556 335 9 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tonegawa Lab News Posted June 18 2015 Switching on happy memories perks up stressed mice Neuroscientists have discovered that artificially stimulating a positive memory can cause mice to snap out of depression like behaviour Brain cells storing a good memory were labelled and then Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tonegawa Lab News Posted June 18 2015 Researchers Say They Can Lift Depression In Mice By Activating Happy Memories MIT scientists report that they are able to cure the symptoms of depression in mice by artificially activating happy memories that were formed before the depression took hold The findings Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Press Releases Tonegawa Lab News Posted June 17 2015 Recalling happier memories can reverse depression MIT neuroscientists have shown that they can cure the symptoms of depression in mice by artificially reactivating happy memories that were formed before the onset of depression The findings Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Tsai Lab Publications Posted June 17 2015 Cdk5 is a New

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  • My Devices Messing With My Brain First it was radio Then it was television Now doomsayers are offering scary predictions about the consequences of smartphones and all the other digital devices to which we ve all grown so Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Chung Lab News Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Posted May 10 2015 Lighting the Brain On a recent Friday morning a gray haired woman whom I will call Sally arrived for an appointment with Karl Deisseroth a psychiatrist and a neuroscientist in the bioengineering department at Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Wilson Lab News Posted May 7 2015 Researchers Identify Potential Cause Of Schizophrenic Symptoms Imagine a waking nightmare That s how Elyn Saks law professor and mental health advocate describes the delusions hallucinations memory loss and mental fragmentation that schizophrenia Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tye Lab News Posted May 3 2015 Neurons that tell good from bad identified MIT scientists including one of Indian origin have identified two populations of neurons in the amygdala that process positive and negative emotions These neurons relay the information to Read More 1 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tye Lab News Posted May 3 2015 Brain circuitry of positive vs negative memories discovered in mice Washington DC Neuroscientists have discovered brain circuitry for encoding positive and negative learned associations in mice After finding that two circuits showed opposite activity Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Featured News Lab News Media Mentions News Tye Lab News Posted April 30 2015 Study Reveals Brain Activities Related To Positive And Negative Perception Brain circuit mechanisms that can explain how positive and negative perceptions occur have been discovered by neuroscientists The two brain activities found by experts showed the opposing events Read More 3 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Tye Lab Publications Posted April 30 2015 A circuit mechanism for differentiating positive and negative associations Namburi P Beyeler A Yorozu S Calhoon GG Halbert SA Wichmann R Holden SS Mertens KL Anahtar M Feliz Ortiz AC Wickersham IR Gray JM Tye KM Nature 2015 Apr 30 520 7549 675 8 doi Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In News Press Releases Tye Lab News Posted April 29 2015 Picower Neuroscientists identify neurons in the amygdala that assign emotions to experience How the brain tells good from bad Eating a slice of chocolate cake or spending time with a friend usually stimulates positive feelings while getting in a car accident or anticipating a difficult exam is more likely to generate a Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Publications Sur Lab Publications Posted April 27 2015 An acetylcholine activated microcircuit drives temporal dynamics of cortical activity Chen N Sugihara H Sur M 2015 Nat Neurosci 18 6 892 902 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In News Press Releases Sur Lab News Posted April 27

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  • By Joshua Sarinana In Chung Lab Publications Posted August 30 2010 Microfludics enabled phenotyping imaging and screening of multicellular organisms Matthew Crane Kwanghun Chung Jeffrey Stirman and Hang Lu Lab on a Chip 2010 21 1509 17 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Sur Lab Publications Posted August 30 2010 The influence of astrocyte activation on hemodynamic signals for functional brain imaging Yu H Schummers J Sur M In Imaging the Brain with Optical Methods Roe AW ed Springer NY pp 45 64 2010 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Tsai Lab Publications Posted August 26 2010 A novel pathway regulates memory and plasticity via SIRT1 and miR 134 Gao J Wang WY Mao YW Gräff J Guan JS Pan L Mak G Kim D Su SC Tsai L H Nature 2010 Aug 26 466 7310 1105 9 PMCID PMC2928875 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Sur Lab Publications Posted August 26 2010 Sensory Adaptation and Short Term Plasticity as Bayesian Correction for a Changing Brain Stevenson IH Cronin B Sur M Kording KP PLoS ONE 2010 5 8 e12436 doi 10 1371 journal pone 0012436 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Sur Lab Publications Posted August 18 2010 Structural Dynamics of Synapses in Vivo Correlate with Functional Changes during Experience Dependent Plasticity in Visual Cortex Tropea D Majewska AK Garcia R and Sur M J Neurosci 2010 30 11086 11095 doi 10 1523 JNEUROSCI 1661 10 2010 PDF Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Littleton Lab Publications Posted August 17 2010 Differential regulation of synchronous versus asynchronous neurotransmitter release by the C2 domains of Synaptotagmin 1 Yoshihara M Guan Z Littleton J T 2010 PNAS 107 14869 14874 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Tsai Lab Publications Posted August 4 2010 Centrosome motility is essential for initial axon formation in the neocortex De Anda CF Meletis K Ge X Rei D Tsai L H J Neurosci 2010 Aug 4 30 31 10391 406 PMC Journal In Process Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Littleton Lab Publications Posted July 30 2010 Comparative analysis of Drosophila and mammalian complexins as fusion clamps and facilitators of neurotransmitter release Cho R Song Y Littleton J T 2010 Mol Cell Neuroscience 45 389 397 Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab News Featured News Media Mentions Posted July 29 2010 Promising Treatment Families affected by fragile X syndrome can let out a modest cheer this week The largest ever randomized trial of a drug to treat the syndrome has just cleared its second phase The drug dubbed Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Miller Lab Publications Posted July 20 2010 Coordination in Behavior and Cognition In Dynamic Coordination in the Brain Engel A K Friston K Kelso J A S Konig P Kovacs I MacDonald A Miller E K Phillips W A Silverstein S M Tallon Baudry C Triesch J Uhlhaas P 2010 MIT Press Read More 0 By Joshua Sarinana In Bear Lab

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