Co-directors Jonathan Cohen and David Tank are interviewed in the article entitled "The Interdisciplinary PNI Takes a New Approach to Studying the Brain and Behavior"
This annual award honors Princeton faculty members who are exemplary in supporting the development of their graduate students as teachers, scholars, and professionals.
PNI researchers set out to better understand the brain mechanisms that secure memory storage.
A new kind of digital resource is presented based on the anatomy and physiology of almost 400 ganglion cells densely sampled from a single patch of mouse retina.
Associate Professor Murthy discussed her research on social communication, funded through the NIH BRAIN Initiative, to members of Congress and their staff.
Hasson is digging into the big questions of how we exchange ideas, thoughts, and memories with others.
How the cells of the brain communicate to enable learning, memory, and socialization inspire Witten's research.
Recent sensory experiences, even when irrelevant to the current task at hand, bias memory and perception.
The research was selected by the National Institutes of Health for funding related to the federal Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative.
Shirley M. Tilghman, president of the University, emerita, and H. Sebastian Seung, the Evnin Professor in Neuroscience, are among seven scientific leaders named to the International Scientific Advisory Committee of the Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy.
Nectow has been given a 2018 Pathway to Stop Diabetes Award for his research project titled “Investigation of Brainstem Neurons Regulating Energy Balance.”
as part of the Global University Leaders Forum program. The program included an "IdeasLab" panel on “Understanding Neural and Digital Networks.”
Assistant Professor Ilana Witten and her research team performed optogenetic experiments with mice to isolate precisely which circuits of the brain are involved in social-spatial learning.
The BRAIN® Initiative of the NIH announces awards for PNI researchers Brody, Pillow, Seung, Tank, Wang, and Witten.
Princeton University neuroscientists join forces with Intel computer scientists to map the human mind in real time, developing the next generation in brain imaging analysis.