Studying the neural networks controlling higher brain functions in the marmoset, to gain new insights into information processing and diseases of the human brain.Link
Brain Science Flight, Piloting to a New Height!
The Japan Neuroscience Society (JNSS) has developed the experimental guidelines for the use of macaque monkeys and common marmosets in neuroscience research.
A group of researchers including Yukiko Hori from the University of Tokyo has developed a novel photo-oxygenation method that has the potential to eliminate amyloid aggregates found in the brains of Alzheimer's disease patients.
Takuya Hayashi in RIKEN, Japan, and other scientists in the US, France, UK, and China have started the international research project to elucidate primate brain structure, function, and connectivity.
Using Japanese macaques, a team led by Prof. Nambu of the National Institute for Physiological Sciences, the National Institute of Natural Sciences, has demonstrated how the basal ganglia transmit motor information when a person performs a movement to reach a target by a signal.
The 2nd Brain/MINDS Beyond MRI & Clinical Analysis Tutorial will take place online on September 27, 2020.
Japan Brain/MINDS and Brain/MINDS Beyond are pleased to host the International Brain Initiative (IBI) Data Standards and Sharing Roundtable in Tokyo, Japan.
The Brain/MINDS Beyond is co-hosting an event in the Winter Symposium 2019 of JISEDAI-NOU Project on 19 December 2019 at Hitotsubashi University. The program is all in Japanese.
“ASUKA Symposium 2019 (Advanced Science for fUture in KAshihara)” will take place on 13 June 2019 at Nara Medical University, focusing on a theme of “A New Phase of Regenerative Medicine”. The program is all in English.