Neurotechnology for Memory and Cognition

Neurotechnology for Memory and Cognition

Understanding the brain through technology

The Neurotechnology for Memory and Cognition Group tackles grand challenges in measuring the complex spatio-temporal processes in the brain. The group’s researchers ask: What is the chemical nature of thought?

A close-up look at neurons using spatial light interference microscopy
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Group leaders

  • Jonathan V. Sweedler
  • Martha L. Gillette

Latest news

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    Team deciphers how myotonic dystrophy generates lethal heart dysfunctions

    Research team picktured: from left, bioengineering professor Lawrence Dobrucki, postdoctoral fellow Jamila Hedhli, biochemistry professor Auinash Kalsotra, graduate student Sushant Bangru, research scientist Chaitali Misra and graduate student Kin Lam.
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    Student Researcher Spotlight: Krishna Anapindi

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    Grad students present research March 4 at Beckman

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    Researchers discover compound to stop a pervasive parasitic flatworm

    Jonathan Sweedler at the Beckman Institute
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    Two new grants awarded to Neurotechnology for Memory and Cognition Center at Beckman

    Joon Kong in his lab