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Q A: Music, Art, and Cognitive Benefit: Separating Fact from Fallacy Dana grantee Elizabeth Spelke discusses the future direction of arts and cognition research, and puts into perspective the media attention given to her recently published study on the effects of music classes on math abilities in children. One of our series of Scientist Q As.See interviewThree Win Awards for Neuroscience Outreach Dr. Mara Dierssen聽(Spain),聽Mary Baker聽MBE聽(UK), and聽the Hellenic Society for Neuroscience聽(Greece) will be awarded prestigious prizes linked to their outreach efforts on behalf of neuroscience. The awards will be presented during the FENS Forum 2014 on July 7, 2014.More informationStaying Sharp Mandarin Inspires More EventsThe first-ever Staying Sharp program in Mandarin was such a success that the Foundation is working with local partners and senior centers in other Mandarin-speaking communities in New York to present a series of mini-Staying Sharp sessions. Sessions will start later this month and run for the rest of the year.聽More informationTwo in Dana Alliance Receive Kavli PrizeThe 2014 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience was awarded to Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives members Brenda Milner and Marcus E. Raichle, and also to John O'Keefe of University College London, 鈥渇or the discovery of specialized brain networks for memory and cognition.AnnouncementCerebrum Anthology 2013聽Cerebrum聽is back in book form by popular demand. The Anthology brings together more than a dozen articles and book reviews from the 2013 monthly Web edition, offering聽inquisitive readers the chance to read about new and provocative ideas in neuroscience from a cross-section of prominent neuroscientists. Available now at Amazon.Dana Book Page
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Obesity Linked to Changes in Brain鈥檚 White Matter Structure鈥攁nd Cognitionby Kayt SukelReducing fat levels in obese mice through exercise or surgery appears to result in better cognitive performance.Podcast: Alzheimer's Disease: Prospects for a CureBy The New York Academy of SciencesThe search for a treatment for Alzheimer's Disease becomes increasingly urgent as global populations grow and age. In this podcast, leading experts from different sections of the research and development pipeline discuss cutting-edge approaches to developing treatments.A Purposeful Life is a Healthier Lifeby Moheb CostandiResults from programs like Experience Corps suggest that having a goal or purpose helps protect against cognitive decline as we age.鈥楽mart鈥 Drugs Alter Developing Brainby Kayt SukelThough many 鈥渘ormal鈥 people鈥攕tudents, lawyers, doctors鈥攁re taking drugs that may enhance cognitive function, there is little research into how these drugs affect non-disordered brains. A research review suggests that using cognitive-enhancing drugs may have unintended and quite negative consequences, especially in youngsters.How Should We Be Thinking About Genetic Studies? by Kayt SukelAs the behavioral genetics field grows, we must be cautious not to oversimplify the research, warn experts, particularly in studies linking single genes to certain traits. One of our series of Briefing Papers.A Fountain of Youth for the Brain?by Jim SchnabelScientists have reported promising rejuvenation experiments on mouse brains-but it isn't clear that such results can be translated usefully into human therapies.Using Optogenetics and Designer Receptors Exclusively Activated by Designer Drugs (DREADDs) By Christie D. Fowler, Ph.D., Brian Lee, Ph.D., and Paul J. Kenny, Ph.D.Techniques like optogenetics and DREADDs, which control neuronal activity, are revolutionizing our understanding of the central nervous system. Understanding each technique's advantages and disadvantages, and tailoring their use to best address the specific research question under consideration, is key. One of our series of Reports on Progress.
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CerebrumThe Age Gauge: Older Fathers Having ChildrenJuly 1, 2014by Brian M. D鈥橭nofrio,
Ph.D., and Paul Lichtenstein, Ph.D.聽Is there a link between a father鈥檚 age and his child鈥檚 vulnerability to psychiatric problems? Two recent studies suggest that children born to middle-aged men are more likely than their older siblings to develop a range of mental difficulties, including bipolar disorder, autism, and schizophrenia.p Read Full Article
Events and Deadlines9th FENS Forum of NeuroscienceJuly 5, 2014Milan, ItalyPortland International Neuroscience SymposiumJuly 17, 2014Portland Marriott Downtown WaterfrontElucidating GPCR Functional Selectivity: Novel Opportunities for Drug DevelopmentSeptember 30, 2014The New York Academy of SciencesShaping the Developing Brain: Prenatal through Early ChildhoodNovember 11, 2014The New York Academy of Sciences  More Events
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Featured Publication Staying Sharp: Memory and Aging Mandarin (PDF) is one of three Staying Sharp booklets recently translated into Mandarin. Find the others on our Staying Sharp page.
Featured Video Patrick Griffith, MD, FAAN, uses the abbreviation uses the abbreviation D.E.M.E.N.T.I.A. to explain the different types of dementia during a Staying Sharp program in Oakland in March. Find more videos from this event on our YouTube page.
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