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VIDEO: The Neural Basis of Social and Emotional Processing

Kay Tye, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, studies the neural mechanisms that underlie a wide range of behaviors ranging from learned to innate, including social, feeding, reward-seeking and anxiety-related behaviors.

PODCAST: s04e09: Stephen Forman: Cellular Immunotherapy for treatment of cancer: from transplant to gene therapy

Stephen Forman, City of Hope, discussed a new therapy that is being increasingly utilized in the treatment of people with cancer using genetically engineered immune cells in addition to the traditional treatments of chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation.


The Neuroscience of Music and Dementia - Online Zoom Event

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Joshua Grill, UCI, will explain how music is a powerful force and that can tap into the deepest recesses of the mind, stir emotions and conjure memories, and why music memory is one of the last things affected by Alzheimer’s disease.

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