In 2018, the MBI launched Research Snapshots, a feature highlighting recent discoveries made by MBI researchers.
Research Snapshots pair an impactful image from work in a researcher’s laboratory — often associated with a newly published manuscript — with a brief description of what the image represents and how it has impacted the researcher’s field of study. Research Snapshots aim to make research discoveries more accessible for other scientists and the community as a whole.
If you are an MBI researcher and would like to have your research considered for this feature, please contact assistant director of communications Todd Taylor or science writer Michelle Koidin Jaffee.
In a recent study published in The Journal of Neuroscience, a team of UF neuroscientists compared beta dynamics in two Parkinson’s disease deep brain stimulation (DBS) targets
Examining the role of NMDA receptor hypofunction and redox sensitivity of hippocampal synaptic transmission during aging.
Study demonstrates that additional proteins misfold in the presence of neurodegenerative disease pathologies.
The role of epigenetics in the process of brain aging and age-related cognitive decline.
UF is part of the largest long-term study of brain development and health in children.
The vulnerability of particular brain regions in old age that are important for problem-solving and reasoning.
The relationship between brain inflammation, long-term potentiation and aging.