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Chronic Stress Is Unhealthy, But A Little Stress Isn’t Always So Bad

Chronic Stress Is Unhealthy, But A Little Stress Isn’t Always So Bad featuring CNLM fellow, Susan Charles

Apr 9, 2021

Spring Conference – Memory: It’s About Time | May 27- 28

Apr 8, 2021

You’re invited! Expert Panel: Sleep to feel, to think, and to remember

Apr 6, 2021

The Big Idea: Navigating Our World with Dr. Liz Chrastil

Apr 5, 2021
We Have All Hit a Wall

We Have All Hit a Wall featuring CNLM Director, Mike Yassa

Apr 3, 2021
UCI-led team to address health impacts of adverse childhood experiences using precision medicine

UCI-led team to address health impacts of adverse childhood experiences using precision medicine, featuring CNLM fellow, Tallie Z. Baram

Apr 1, 2021

Q&A with CNLM Co-Director Dr. Sunil Gandhi

Mar 30, 2021
Dementia Diagnoses Lag in Ethnic and Racial Groups

Dementia Diagnoses Lag in Ethnic and Racial Groups, featuring CNLM Fellow, Claudia Kawas

Mar 29, 2021
How Elizabeth Loftus Changed the Meaning of Memory

How Elizabeth Loftus Changed the Meaning of Memory

Mar 29, 2021

Panelists Discuss Compassion During the UCI Brain Dialogue Series

Mar 17, 2021
Tallie Z Baram

CNLM Fellow, Tallie Z. Baram, MD, PhD, Announced New Donald Bren Professor in the UCI School of Medicine

Mar 16, 2021
Why You Should Make 2021 the Year of Prioritizing Sleep

Why You Should Make 2021 the Year of Prioritizing Sleep, featuring CNLM fellow, Dr. Ruth Benca

Mar 15, 2021
Total Recall: What It's Like To Remember Every Day Like It Was Yesterday

Total Recall: What It’s Like To Remember Every Day Like It Was Yesterday, featuring CNLM Founder, Dr. James McGaugh

Mar 12, 2021

CNLM Young Scholar Awards – Now Accepting Submissions

Mar 9, 2021

Late-Stage Pandemic Is Messing With Your Brain featuring CNLM Director, Michael Yassa

Mar 8, 2021

Browse the 2021 Winter NeuroTimes e-Newsletter

Mar 4, 2021

Dr. Thompson-Peer Discusses the Excitement of Pioneering a New Field: Dendrite Regeneration

Feb 26, 2021

Celebrating Black History Month 2021

Feb 24, 2021

Virtual Colloquium with Alicia Izquierdo – Tuesday, March 9 @ 11AM

Feb 23, 2021

Call for nominations CNLM T32 in Learning and Memory

Feb 23, 2021

The CNLM host Brain Awareness Week Community Events March 14-21

Feb 22, 2021

Passing of Ivan Izquierdo

Feb 12, 2021

UC Irvine launches paid undergraduate summer research opportunity in neuroscience

Feb 10, 2021
CNLM Evenings to Remember

From Circuits to Synapses: Panelists Discuss Research into Making Memories Stronger

Feb 5, 2021
Professor receives NIH grant to study working memory interventions in older adults

CNLM Fellow, Professor Susanne Jaeggi, receives NIH grant to study working memory interventions in older adults

Feb 3, 2021
BlackinNeuro Angeline Dukes

The inspiration behind Black In Neuro

Feb 1, 2021

UC Irvine Summer Brain Camp – Registration Now Open!

Jan 29, 2021
A Fun Way to Keep Your Memory Sharp

A Fun Way to Keep Your Memory Sharp featuring CNLM Director, Michael Yassa

Jan 27, 2021

Virtual Colloquium with Beth Stevens – Tuesday, Feb. 9

Jan 26, 2021

‘Super Agers’: These Older Adults Show Increased Resistance to Alzheimer’s featuring CNLM fellow, Dr. Claudia Kawas

Jan 25, 2021

Unexpected role of physiological estrogen in acute stress-induced memory deficits

Jan 11, 2021
How the Right Noise and Smell Can Boost Your Memory During Sleep

How the Right Noise and Smell Can Boost Your Memory During Sleep

Jan 7, 2021
Virtual Colloquium with Staci Bilbo, PhD

Jan. 12 – Virtual Colloquium with Staci Bilbo, Ph.D.

Jan 5, 2021
DW Documentary - Can we trust our memories?

Watch the DW Documentary, “When our minds play tricks on us” featuring CNLM fellows: Elizabeth Loftus, Michael Yassa, and James McGaugh

Dec 20, 2020

Browse the 2020 Fall NeuroTimes e-Newsletter

Dec 17, 2020

CNLM Fellow, Charles Glabe Named 2020 National Academy of Inventors Fellow

Dec 17, 2020

Meet 5 Black researchers fighting for diversity and equity in science

Dec 16, 2020

How to Introduce a Speaker in a Scientific Seminar

Dec 8, 2020
Why you cannot trust your memory with Dr. Elizabeth Loftus

Why you cannot trust your memory with CNLM fellow, Dr. Elizabeth Loftus

Dec 7, 2020
senior woman sniffing flower

New insights from study of people age 90 and above

Nov 22, 2020

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