Mapping Traumatic Brain Injury Patterns with Neuroimaging

Mapping Traumatic Brain Injury Patterns with Neuroimaging Brain patterns can be difficult to predict. This is especially true when neurological disorders or traumatic brain injuries are involved. “Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can lead to lasting physical, emotional and cognitive impairments,” Dr. Tayo Obafemi-Ajayi, associate professor of electrical engineering at Missouri

Which Side Is Which? How the Brain Perceives Borders

Which Side Is Which? How the Brain Perceives Borders In the classic “Rubin’s vase” optical illusion, you can see either an elaborate, curvy vase or two faces, noses nearly touching. At any given moment, which scene you perceive depends on whether your brain is viewing the central vase shape to

Zika Virus Helps Destroy Deadly Brain Cancer in Mice

Zika Virus Helps Destroy Deadly Brain Cancer in Mice The Zika virus that ravaged the Americas, leaving many babies with permanent brain damage, may have a silver lining. The virus can activate immune cells to destroy an aggressive brain cancer in mice, giving a powerful boost to an immunotherapy drug

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