New Cell Type Discovered in Human Brains
New Cell Type Discovered in Human Brains
Rosehip neurons are not found in rodents. Perhaps they offer clues about what separates our brains from those of other animals.
New Cell Type Discovered in Human Brains
New Cell Type Discovered in Human Brains

Rosehip neurons are not found in rodents. Perhaps they offer clues about what separates our brains from those of other animals.

Rosehip neurons are not found in rodents. Perhaps they offer clues about what separates our brains from those of other animals.

psychiatric disorders
Common Gene Variants Found Among Psychiatric Disorders
Common Gene Variants Found Among Psychiatric Disorders
Abby Olena | Jun 21, 2018
In the largest-ever study of its kind, researchers combined genomic data from nearly 900,000 patients and healthy individuals to identify commonalities among 10 mental illnesses.
Gene Expression Overlaps Among Psychiatric Disorders
Gene Expression Overlaps Among Psychiatric Disorders
Ashley P. Taylor | Feb 8, 2018
Transcriptional profiling of post-mortem human brains reveals commonalities in the genes over- and under-expressed in schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, and major depression. 
Transgenerational Trauma Passed Down from WWII Evacuees
Transgenerational Trauma Passed Down from WWII Evacuees
Jef Akst | Nov 29, 2017
The daughters of Finnish women separated from their parents as children during World War II have higher rates of psychiatric hospitalization than those born to women who had not been evacuated.
Image of the Day: Neurons at Risk
Image of the Day: Neurons at Risk
The Scientist Staff | Sep 26, 2017
Scientists identified a schizophrenia-risk gene, ZNF804A, that influences the birth and movement of new neurons within the developing brain.