Kay Tye on Neural Circuits of Emotions and Her Lab Philosophy
Kay Tye, PhD, is a neuroscientist and Assistant Professor at MIT. Her cutting-edge science has garnered prestigious awards, including the McKnight Scholar Award from ...Read more
A Neural Mechanism for Switching between Sleep States
What is a dream? This is a question that has been asked by people for thousands of years. Dreams have played crucial roles in affecting individual’s behaviors and even ...Read more
Podcast: Dr. Cori Bargmann on Accelerating Breakthroughs in ...
For our latest podcast, we had the honor of interviewing one of the most influential leaders in biomedical research today, the President of Science at the Chan ...Read more
Blockbuster Study from Dr. Anatol Kreitzer’s Lab Sheds Light on ...
At Inscopix, we take immense pride in the scientific success of our community members. Recently, we had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Anatol Kreitzer (Gladstone ...Read more
Anxiety is Innately Coded by a Hippocampal-Hypothalamic Neural Circuit
The hippocampus mediates learning and memory, and since it receives its inputs from many areas, including the cortex and limbic system, it integrates vast types of ...Read more
Podcast: Tom Insel on the Science and Future of Mental Health
The story of mental health management is a challenging one to tell. For sure, we don’t talk enough about it as a society, and we don’t yet know enough about the biology, ...Read more
A Neural Circuit Link Between Anxiety, Stress and Altered Eating
Do you stress eat? Based on biology, it’s no wonder our emotions are so tightly linked to feeding. Imagine when we foraged for food away from shelter and into ...Read more