The brain is the meeting point of our genes and our surroundings—where nature and nurture meet. Our social environment has an impact on our brain circuitry and biochemistry, both of which are regulated by hereditary factors. These neurobiological mechanisms, in turn, can have an impact on behaviors. The study of the biological mechanisms by which neural systems mediate behavior is known as neurobiology. Much of neurobiology has focused on nervous system cells over the last half-century. The structure and physiology of nerve cells (neurons) and supporting glial cells, as well as the functional contacts (synapses) produced between neurons, have all been thoroughly studied.
Title : Neuro Physics Therapy (NPT) shows to be a highly effective psychophysical treatment for its patients enduring advanced Facio Scapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (FSH, FSHD) symptoms, with significant sustainable generation of lost or highly compromised functions being realized in very small time scales
Ken Ware, NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute, Australia
Title : Targeting Abeta, TAU and PTAU with a DNA therapeutic vaccine for prevention and treatment of alzheimer’s disease
Arthur P Bollon, Vitruvian BioMedical, United States
Title : Neuro nanomedicine: Penetrating the blood brain barrier, delivering stem cells, treating stroke and meningitis, and so much more
Thomas J Webster, Interstellar Therapeutics, United States
Title : Addiction: A problem of motivation, free will, or self-destructive behavior?
Roy F Baumeister, University of Queensland, United States
Title : Using expressive arts exercises to promote self-care among neurologists and caregivers: An experiential overview
Juliana Melody Fort, Louisiana State University Health Shreveport, United States
Title : Live test for chronic wasting disease based on consistent association with an extreme thermoacidphilic bacterium
Frank Owen Bastian, Tulane Medical School, United States