Dr. Ephraim F. Trakhtenberg, assistant professor in the Department of Neuroscience was recently Spotlighted in the “President’s Corner” at The BrightFocus Foundation* for his new approach in regenerating the injured optic nerve. Read more about Dr. Trakhtenberg’s exciting discovery in the National Glaucoma Research Report: Spring 2019. *Nonprofit organization (501(c)(3), which supports research to […]
As posted in the UConn Today, May 9, 2019 – Kim Krieger – UConn Communications A molecule that helps blood clot may also play a role in multiple sclerosis relapses, research report in the May 6 issue of PNAS. The new research may help answer the mystery of why remissions happen, as well as find […]
Congratulations to David C. Martinelli, PhD, assistant professor for Department of Neuroscience on his recent award from the Hood (Charles H.) Foundation for his project Establishing The C1Q-like Protein Signaling Pathway as a Novel Target for ADHD Treatment.