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About Centre for NeuroScience

Understanding the structure, function and development of the brain in health and disease represents a fascinating challenge. It requires studying the brain across different levels of organization using molecular, cellular, systems, cognitive and computational approaches.

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Recent Publications

Flavor Dependent Retention of Remote Food Preference Memory
ROS-mediated loss of synaptic Akt1 signaling leads to deficient activity-dependent protein translation early in Alzheimer’s disease
Contrasting speed accuracy trade-offs for eye and hand movements reveal the optimal nature of saccade kinematics
Jagged1 Is Altered in Alzheimer’s Disease and Regulates Spatial Memory Processing
Sensitive Estimation of Flavor Preferences in STFP Using Cumulative Time Profiles

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