• Isabel Gauthier Named 2015 SEC Professor of the Year! This award is given annually to one SEC faculty member whose "record of teaching, research and scholarship places him or her among the elite in higher education." (4/29/15) More

  • Dr. Marlene BehrmannTDLC's Marlene Behrmann Elected To National Academy of Sciences (NAS)!
    Dr. Behrmann is the first female scientist from Carnegie Mellon University to be elected to the NAS. (4/28/15)
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  • TDLC Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) student, Parker Cohn, wins first place in the San Diego Social Innovation Challenge 2015 with his H2gO water purification project! Learn more about his project, and read about the Social Innovation Challenge winners

  • Marian Bartlett and Javier Movellan speak about commercializing Emotientfacial expression recognition technology that was fostered by the unique multidisciplinary environment at the (TDLC / INC) at UC San Diego. Credit: UCSD Technology Transfer Office. Watch the video!

  • Learning how to learn: beyond the ‘math and science death march’
    Professor Barbara Oakley discusses the Mooc, Learning How to Learn, that she and Dr. Terry Sejnowski co-developed. (4/16/15) More

  • Isabel Gauthier is a recipient of the 2015 Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award! These annual awards honor one faculty member from each SEC university who has excelled in teaching, research and scholarship.(4/8/15) More

  • Food for thought: Master protein enhances learning and memory
    Salk researchers and collaborators, including TDLC's Dr. Fred Gage, discovered that physical and mental activities rely on a single metabolic protein, ERRγ, that controls the flow of blood and nutrients throughout the body. (4/7/15) More

  • Drs. Terry Sejnowski, Andrea Chiba, Fred Gage, Howard Poizner, Terry Jernigan, and Jeff Elman featured in article: How does your brain work? We're learning (U-T San Diego Apr. 2, 2015) . Also: The Wonders of Your Brain:

    Dr. Chiba interviewed
    Dr. Sejnowski: Tune-ups for your Ferrari of a Brain
    Dr. Poizner (interview on page 2)
    Dr. Jernigan: Becoming a better you: the 30s, 40s

  • TDLC's Dr. Terry Jernigan contributed to a paper published in Nature Neuroscience (online March 30, 2015): Family income, parental education and brain structure in children and adolescents. In the paper, a team of investigators from nine universities across the country reported correlative links between family income and brain structure. Articles:
    Higher income linked to smarter kids; With higher incomes, child brains
    expand in areas linked to education, researchers say.

    (U-T San Diego, 3/30/15)
    Family income, parental education related to brain structure in children
    and adolescents
    (Children's Hospital L.A. Press Release, 3/30/15)

  • Updated Data Grid Information!
    TDLC has updated its instructions, server, and access to the Data Grid!
    To learn more, click here!

  • TDLC Trainees Win Awards through the Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program!
    TDLC undergrads Rafael Aguayo, Jennifer Lu, Shuying Yu, Marlene Samano, and Luisa Schuster, along with graduate student Amanda Song and post-doc Victor Minces, have all won awards through the UC San Diego Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program. This program is an investment in UC San Diego's "leadership role in interdisciplinary research." (3/12/15) Learn more

  • TDLC Investigator Dr. Robert Clark Wins Vizzie Award
    Dr. Clark recently received an 'Expert's Choice' Vizzie Award in the Posters and Graphics category for his poster titled "Hippocampal Neurons." The Vizzie awards "mark completion of the first NSF and Popular Science challenge collaboration that celebrates the use of visual media to clearly and accessibly communicate scientific data and research." More

  • Fred GageDr. Gyuri Buzsaki and Colleagues in the News:
    "Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center have found that navigational brain cells that help sense direction are as electrically active during deep sleep as they are during wake time." The study results are published online in the journal Nature Neuroscience (March 2, 2015). Related articles:
    Brain's 'compass' keeps working during sleep (3/12/15)
    Why sleepwalkers don't bump into walls: Brain's 'GPS system' still works
    when we're asleep, study finds
    (3/10/15)
    Sleep-walking neurons: Brain's GPS never stops working-even
    during sleep
    (3/2/15)
    Our Brain's Navigation System Is As Active During Sleep As During
    Our Waking Hours
    (3/2/15)
    Brain’s GPS Works During Sleep (3/2/15)

    Dr. April Benasich
  • Board of Governors Appoints April A. Benasich First Holder of The Elizabeth H. Solomon Endowed Chair in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
    (Rutgers Today, Feb. 3, 2015). More

  • Dr. Marlene Behrmann featured in Huffington Post article:
    The Fascinating Idiosyncracies Of The Austistic Brain
    (1/21/15)
    Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University used fMRI technology to study the brains of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). They found idiosyncratic patterns of connectivity (Their findings were recently published in the journal Nature Neuroscience).

  • Dr. April Benasich Featured in Scientific American Article: How to Build a Better Learner
    Brain studies suggest new ways to improve reading, writing and arithmetic—and even social skills (Scientific American, 1/1/15). More

  • TDLC News - January 2015 is now available!

  • TDLC's Dr. Fred Gage gave keynote address at the USC Stem Cell Symposium (11/17/14)
    Dr. Gage discussed the concept of “mobile elements,” genetic material that that can move from one part of the genome to another. During the event, top researchers share their innovative research "shaping the future of regenerative medicine." (USC News, 1/23/15)
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  • TDLC Researchers to participate in Deep Learning Summit!
    When: Jan. 29-30, 2015, in San Francisco, CA
    TDLC Investigator Dr. Marian Bartlett, with Dr. Joshua Susskind -- co-founders of Emotient -- will offer a session that addresses "Facial Recognition & Expression Analysis." More

  • Brain Research Shows Different Pathways Are Responsible for Person and Movement Recognition
    TDLC's Dr. Marlene Behrmann is part of a study published in the Jan. 12 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), that illustrates for the first time how individuals with prosopagnosia, or face blindness, are still able to recognize other people's movements. More

  • Call for Abstracts for the Biennial meeting of the Society for Music Perception & Cognition (SMPC)
    The meeting, hosted by Vanderbilt University, will be held on Aug. 1-5, 2015, in Nashville, TN. Submissions are welcome from a broad range of disciplines, including (but not limited) to Psychology, Neuroscience, Medicine, Education, Engineering, and Musicology. The deadline for submissions is Feb. 2, 2015. For more about the SMPC Conference, click here.

  • Brain Bee 2013TDLC is a proud sponsor of the 7th Annual San Diego Brain Bee Neuroscience Competition that was held on Saturday, January 24, 2015, at the NSB Auditorium in Revelle College of UC San Diego. Brain Bee is a neuroscience competition that challenges high school students from all over the world to answer questions regarding the brain. This competition is in over 20 countries, with 70 locally hosted brain bees. The winner will receive a full paid trip to compete in the U.S. National Brain Bee. Read more

  • Fred GageMedicalResearch.com Interview with Dr. György Buzsáki
    TDLC Investigator Dr. Buzsáki discusses the NeuroGrid's ability to capture activity of individual neurons from the brain surface: "We developed a novel, organic material-based, ultra-conformable, biocompatible and scalable neural interface array (the 'NeuroGrid') with neuron-size density electrodes capable of acquiring action potential of individual neurons from the surface of the brain." (12/30/14) More

  • Scott MakeigTeam Assembled by Scott Makeig Wins $300K President's Research Catalyst Award (Dec. 10, 2014)
    UC President Janet Napolitano announced the first five recipients, chosen from a pool of almost 200 proposals.Dr. Makeig's project brings together "UC experts on music listening, performance, neuroscience, brain imaging and data science to understand the transformative potential of music for health and cognition." More
    Associated Articles:
    > Team Assembled by UC San Diego’s Makeig Wins $300K Award for Music-and-Science Initiative (UC San Diego News, 12/10/14)
    > UCSD Professor Wins $300K Grant for Using Music to Understand Cognition (San Diego 6 News, 12/10/14)


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