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Our paper on hate circuit ranked as #1 most viewed paper in Nature Molecular Psychiatry

Our group's paper titled Depression uncouples brain hate circuit published recently in Nature Molecular Psychiatry has been ranked as #1 most viewed paper in the journal during the month of January 2013.

In a related development, Tian Ge, who is one of the co-authors of this paper, has received the prestigious Heng-Yuan-Xiang award for his outstanding achievements as a student in sensory, psychological or cognitive neuroscience and related areas.

Wed 30 Jan 2013, 15:32 | Tags: Publications, Announcments, Neuroscience

Tian Ge to give a talk at the OHBM 2012 annual meeting

Tian Ge, a PhD student in COMBI working with Prof Feng, will give an oral presentation (approx. 1% acceptance rate) titled 'Increasing Power for Voxel-wise Genome-wide Association Studies' (joint work with Dr Thomas Nichols in Warwick Statistics department and Prof Pual Thompson at UCLA) at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) annual meeting to be held in Beijing in June, 2012.

Wed 07 Mar 2012, 17:47 | Tags: Announcments, Neuroscience

COMBI research on depression featured on major news sites

Prof Feng's group's research on depression published in Nature Molecular Psychiatry (October, 2011) was recently covered by major news sites such as CNN.

Sun 13 Nov 2011, 10:17 | Tags: Publications, Neuroscience

Dr Timofeeva to chair workshop on Calcium dynamics in neuronal and glial cells

COMBI faculty Dr Yulia Timofeeva will chair a workshop titled 'Calcium dynamics in neuronal and glial cells' to be held at Warwick on April 4, 2011. This workshop will focus on the important role of calcium in controlling a great variety of neuronal and glial processes and on the bidirectional communication between glia and neurons. It will bring together experimentalists and theoreticians working in the fields of neuroscience and cell biology for a critical discussion of recent results and future directions. For more info, click here.

Tue 22 Feb 2011, 23:43 | Tags: Announcments, Neuroscience

Featured research on reliable characterization of locomotor dynamics

Zhang J., Zhang K, Feng JF , Small M. (2010). Understanding Rhythmic Dynamics and Synchronization in Human Gait through Dimensionality Reduction PLoS Comp. Biol. 6(12): e1001033. (selected as Featured Research,IF=5.9).

Tue 11 Jan 2011, 23:31 | Tags: Publications, Announcments, Neuroscience, Computational Biology

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