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Field Reports from the
O'Donnell Brain Institute

The stories that follow are changing how the world understands and treats the brain. Read more in the inaugural Field Reports from the O'Donnell Brain Institute.

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Driving Breakthrough Discoveries in Neurodegenerative Diseases

New research exploits novel antibody development for diagnosis and therapy of tauopathies. 

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Mapping the Neural Networks Behind Memory

Breakthrough in memory science: uncovering the 'phase offset' in humans.

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Demystifying Schizophrenia and Related Psychotic Disorders

Unravelling the complexities of schizophrenia.

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Functional Neurological Disorders: Exploring Unmet Needs

Brain studies shed new light on the mysteries of FND.

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An Expanding View of Ataxia

Did you know that Dallas is shaping the future of Ataxia research? 

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New Findings Alter View of EGFR Signaling in Glioblastoma

Once thought to feed glioblastoma, EGFR may actually slow it.

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From Hope to Help

TMS is bringing more treatment options to patients with depression and psychosis.

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The Power of an Integrated Spine Care Mission

Micro-etched spine implant trials appear to sidestep inflammatory phase.

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Creating a Blueprint for the Future of Stroke Rehabilitation

Blood-based biomarkers could help pinpoint the golden window of stroke rehab.

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