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This fish is about to flip
An elaborate set of zebrafish experiments is shining light on one of neuroscience’s greatest enigmas: How brains make decisions. By tracking neural activity, scientists can now predict a fish’s next move before it happens.
Meet our scientists: Mary E. Hatten
Hatten studies the development of the mammalian brain and its complex cellular architecture. Her research has implications for brain diseases and conditions linked to developmental abnormalities including autism spectrum disorders, ADD, and childhood epilepsy.
“I moved to the Rockefeller University because of the freedom to think outside the box and pursue uncharted territories of science.”Erich D. Jarvis, Ph.D., Professor
LABORATORY OF NEUROGENETICS OF LANGUAGE
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