From Molecules to Minds: UC Davis neuroscientists advance learning and memory research to decode how our brains work

August 21, 2018
How does learning occur? And how do we remember what we learn? These are the fundamental questions researchers at the UC Davis Center for Neuroscience are asking. To find answers, they’re investigating the brain at many levels—from the smallest molecules that make our brains work to the thought patterns that give our world meaning.

Diabetes Research in Huising Lab Emphasizes Importance of Reproducibility in Science

June 21, 2018
In a paper appearing in Cell Metabolism, UC Davis College of Biological Sciences Associate Professor Mark Huising, Department of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior, and Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology graduate student Sharon Lee refute a previous study that claimed an antimalarial drug could be used to treat type 1 diabetes.

Connecting the Molecular Dots of Heart Disease

May 14, 2018
Associate Professor Aldrin Gomes, Department of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior, studies the underpinnings of heart disease. He’s searching for molecular clues that will help medical professionals better manage heart disease.