November 1st, 2022
PennNeuroKnow. What we think we see isn't always what's really in front of us. Scientists use optical illusions to demonstrate how our brains use quick tricks to shape how we see the world.
October 12, 2022
Simons Collaboration on the Global Brain news site. Long-term recordings of large populations of neurons reveal neural motifs representing internal states.
September 14th, 2022
International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society blog. Many types of autoimmune encephalitis can result in movement disorders. In this post I break down some of the most common movement disorders and how they help distinguish subtypes of autoimmune encephalitis.
August 23, 2022
PennNeuroKnow. Just like humans, praying mantids can see in 3D. Studying how their brains accomplish this might help us build machines that can do the same.
June 14, 2022
PennNeuroKnow. How our brain signals when rewards differ from what we expect.
April 12, 2022
PennNeuroKnow. Why the relationship between brain size and intelligence is so complicated.
February 1, 2022
PennNeuroKnow. Recent developments in our understanding of how COVID-19 affects the brain have led scientists to revisit an old idea that Alzheimer's could be virally induced.
November 23, 2021
PennNeuroKnow. Restoring sight to the blind sounds like science fiction, but a recent study puts us one step closer to making this fantasy a reality.
September 28, 2021
PennNeuroKnow. What makes some images easier to remember than others?
September 8, 2021
International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society blog. What is known about the relationship between autoimmune encephalitis and eating disorders?
July 27, 2021
PennNeuroKnow. What is happening differently in our brains when conversations click versus when they don't?
May 25, 2021
PennNeuroKnow. To learn about how we recognize faces, neuroscientists study the most and least skilled face recognizers.
March 23, 2021
PennNeuroKnow. How do we decide when to try something new and when to stick with what we know?
January 26, 2021
PennNeuroKnow. Big companies like Google and Spotify use what we know about the brain to build a class of models called neural networks that help power many of their services.