Child’s Lobectomy Reveals Brain’s Ability To Reorganize
After Three Years, Patient Recognizes Faces Normally, Despite the Removal of the Preeminent Regions Involved in Facial Recognition
Aryn Gittis Named Finalist for Science & PINS Prize
Gittis is recognized for her research establishing new targets for Parkinson’s therapies
BrainHub: Harnessing the technology that helps the world explore brain and behavior.
Carnegie Mellon University knows that the answers to the critical brain science questions lie at a pivotal intersection between biology, neuroscience, psychology, computer science, statistics and engineering – areas where CMU excels.