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RSVP Today! CNLM Colloquium With Aaron Bornstein Feb 2 @11am

Feb 1, 2023

2023 Irvine Brain Bee engages high schoolers in neuroscience!

Jan 31, 2023

Study finds how our brains turn into smarter disease fighters

Jan 30, 2023
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RSVP Today! CNLM Colloquium with Javier Diaz Alonso – Jan 31 @11am

Jan 24, 2023
Learnmem 2023 April 26-30, 2023 Register today

LEARNMEM2023 Early Registration Discount Extended

Dec 27, 2022
This small Chilean rodent could be the next boost to Alzheimer’s research.

The next breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research could come from old and ‘cognitively impaired’ Chilean rats

Dec 22, 2022
UCI’s Ryan Lim and Leslie Thompson Headshot

UC Irvine-led study links metabolism changes in certain brain cells to Huntington’s disease

Dec 21, 2022
The 2022 CNLM Annual Report is Here!

Browse the 2022 CNLM Annual Report

Dec 14, 2022
Irvine Brain Bee 2023 Register Today Jan 28, 2023 9am-4pm

Calling all high schoolers! Join us for the Irvine Brain Bee Jan 28!

Dec 13, 2022
brain camp 2023

UC Irvine Summer Brain Camp – Registration Now Open!

Dec 10, 2022
Sammy Alhassen, Wedad Alhassen, Amal Alachkar, Kiki Jiaqi Chen and Roudabeh Vakil Monfared (from left) of UCI’s Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

UCI researchers discover crucial role of brain’s striatum cilia in time perception

Nov 30, 2022
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Untreated Sleep Apnea May Increase Dementia Risk

Nov 16, 2022
Oswald Steward, director of UCI’s Reeve-Irvine Research Center

UCI’s Oswald Steward to serve as president of Society for Neuroscience

Nov 15, 2022
Art of a woman with artistic interpretations of panic attack symptoms such as chills, increased heart rate, and nausea

The Anatomy of a Panic Attack

Nov 10, 2022
A child gets a thermometer placed near their ear.

Exploring The Consequences Of Early Life Adversity On The Brain

Nov 9, 2022

3 Unique Ways We Can Remember The Past

Nov 8, 2022

How to Improve Your Memory (and Stop Losing Your Keys)

Nov 3, 2022
The #1 Thing You Can Do to Lower Your Dementia Risk

The #1 Thing You Can Do to Lower Your Dementia Risk

Nov 1, 2022
Alyson Zalta Headshot

RSVP Today! CNLM Colloquium with Alyson Zalta, Ph.D. – Nov. 8 @ 11AM

Oct 25, 2022
UCI Brain Camp taps into the teenage brain

UCI Brain Camp taps into the teenage brain

Oct 24, 2022
Join us for the UCI CNLM Colloquium Spotlight Series

Join us for the 2022/23 CNLM Colloquium Series

Oct 19, 2022
Annual Report Cover Contest

Calling all NeuroArtists 🧠🎨

Oct 14, 2022
CNLM T32 Fellow Kate Lawson In Mahler Lab

Spotlights on Schneiderman Fellows

Oct 14, 2022
Welcome to the New CNLM Fellows - image of mounted gold brain trophy

Welcome to the New CNLM Fellows

Oct 7, 2022
The adult brain has the potential to partially recover from inherited blindness, study finds

The adult brain has the potential to partially recover from inherited blindness, study finds, featuring CNLM Fellow, Sunil Gandhi

Oct 6, 2022
LEARNMEM2023 Submission Deadline Extended ONE WEEK!

LEARNMEM2023 Submission Deadline Extended ONE WEEK!

Sep 29, 2022
Angela at CNLM Giving Day

Now Hiring: Scientific Communications Student Assistant Position

Sep 29, 2022
UCI study IDs what brings our senses and thoughts together - image of Gygory Our

UCI study IDs what brings our senses and thoughts together, featuring CNLM Fellow, Gyorgy Lur

Sep 26, 2022
Browse the 2022 Spring/Summer NeuroTimes e-Newsletter

Browse the 2022 Spring/Summer NeuroTimes e-Newsletter

Sep 22, 2022
CNLM Fellow Katherine Thompson Peer

CNLM Fellow, Katherine Thompson-Peer, One of Seven UCI faculty members named Hellman Fellows for 2022-23

Sep 21, 2022
Summer Institute in Neuroscience Students

UCI Summer Institute in Neuroscience trains tomorrow’s leaders in neuroscience

Sep 20, 2022
UCI Alzheimer’s project wins $47 million grant from National Institute on Aging

UCI Alzheimer’s project wins $47 million grant from National Institute on Aging

Sep 20, 2022
Circadian rhythm disruption found to be common among mental health disorders - image of Pierre Baldi and Amal Alachkar

Circadian rhythm disruption found to be common among mental health disorders, featuring CNLM Fellows, Pierre Baldi and Amal Alachkar

Sep 1, 2022
Congratulations to CNLM High Risk, High Reward Pilot Awardees! - Image of High rise, high reward web banner

Congratulations to CNLM High Risk, High Reward Pilot Awardees!

Aug 29, 2022
LEARNMEM2023: April 26 - 30, 2023

2023 International Conference on Learning and Memory LEARNMEM2023

Aug 22, 2022
Trouble sleeping? It could mean higher Alzheimer's risk. - Image of senior woman sleeping

Trouble sleeping? It could mean higher Alzheimer’s risk. Featuring CNLM Fellow, Bryce Mander

Aug 16, 2022
Why the Human Mind Is 'Not Designed' to Stay Awake Past Midnight - image of person looking at their phone in bed

Why the Human Mind Is ‘Not Designed’ to Stay Awake Past Midnight, featuring CNLM Fellow, Sara Mednick

Aug 9, 2022
Carlene Chinn and Adviser Dr. Marcelo Wood Awarded Prestigious Gilliam Fellowship

Carlene Chinn and Adviser Dr. Marcelo Wood Awarded Prestigious Gilliam Fellowship

Aug 1, 2022

Tallie Z. Baram, University of California, Irvine – Early Adversity and Brain Development

Jul 28, 2022

Research reveals how brain inflammation may link Alzheimer’s risk, sleep disturbance

Jul 13, 2022

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