A new study finds that periodically reanalyzing epilepsy patients’ DNA may aid in diagnosis and treatment.
In honor of the ADRC's anniversary, Columbia scientists discussed breakthroughs in Alzheimer's disease research with an eye to future therapies.
Scientists have developed a new optical technique to study how information is transmitted in the brains of mice. Using this method, they found that only a small portion of synapses—the connections between cells that control brain activity—may be active at any given time.
A new mouse model of ALS developed by Columbia neuroscientists will help researchers learn why the disease kills motor neurons.
For Black History Month, read about a neurologist educating the children and grandchildren of individuals at risk for stroke and a dentist who took care of generations of Harlem patients.
Wayne Frankel, the newest member of the Institute for Genomic Medicine, says recent advances in gene discovery and editing are illuminating epilepsy.