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MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, now a world leader in neuroscience and cognitive science, evolved from the Department of Psychology founded by Prof. Hans-Lukas Teuber in the early 1960s and based on the revolutionary id...
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(01:21:48) On Thursday, October 20th, leading experts from the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and the American Parkinson Disease Association discussed cutting edge advances in Parkinson's disease research and provided persp...
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Inverted Platform offers new perspectives of MIT’s Lobby 7 to visitors and members of the Institute community by redefining the plinth as a new type of platform for viewing and storytelling. Large red horn-like objects are placed on each...
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(00:15) In a paper published in the Oct 25 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team of neuroscientists led by Institute Professor Ann Graybiel found that untrained monkeys performing a simple visual scanning t...
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(4:58) Ann Graybiel studies the basal ganglia, forebrain structures that are profoundly important for normal brain function but are also implicated in Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and addictio...
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(2:49) This short video, narrated by Director Robert Desimone, provides an overview of the Institute including our goals, our research interests, and our accomplishments. Key interviews include McGovern Investigators Ann Graybiel, James ...
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(20:11) This award-winning video provides viewers with an intimate tour of the McGovern Institute and it explores the tools our researchers are using to unlock the mystery of the human brain. It shows how our research is pushing the fron...
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Ann Craven’s paintings are all different. When you get to look at one you feel lucky. If you put one of her paintings on the wall it just looks good. Whether you want something tough or something sweet, one of Ann’s paintings fills the v...
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Ann Chambers: "Monitoring the Fate of Cancer Cells During Metastasis"
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