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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Neuroscience Graduate Program Research

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Neuroscience Research Resources

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Core for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Devoted entirely to magnetic resonance imaging research, the CAMRI is a state-of-the-art resource that makes possible advanced imaging studies of the function, physiology and anatomy of animals and humans.

Bioengineering Core

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The Bioengineering Core is equipped with state-of-the-art CNC machines for precision manufacture of custom instruments.

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As you begin your career in research it is impossible to predict where your investigations will need. Therefore it is essential to have access to diverse resources, not only equipment but also experienced individuals available to help you identify the resources you need and master their use.

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Dr. Benjamin Arenkiel, McNair Scholar and associate professor of molecular and human genetics and neuroscience, discusses his findings published in Nature on acetylcholine's role in appetite control in mice.

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Baylor College of Medicine
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Dr. Mauro Costa-Mattioli and colleagues describe a potential link between mouse maternal diet-induced changes in the gut microbiome and autism-like social behavior in offspring.

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Advanced Technology Cores

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Advanced technology core laboratories provide state-of-the-art instrumentation and technologies as well as consultation on experimental design, data analysis and training. Through the cores, you will not only gain access to tools and techniques that support your research, you will also receive training and mentorship in how to leverage these tools to develop innovative approaches to scientific challenges.

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