The researchers observed through the use of psychological tests that the mice with decreased NG2 glia in the prefrontal cortex presented depressive-like behaviors.
A recent study lead by Brian Lebowitz, Ph.D., at Stony Brook University’s School of Medicine, has shed some light on the difficulty of early Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
To determine if the majority of cancer is caused by “bad luck” or by external factors, Song Wu and his team developed four distinct methods to analyze and assess cancer risk.
Assistant professor David Q. Matus studies the process of cell invasion and its misregulation in diseases such as cancer metastasis.
A study by associate professor in the Department of Anthropology at Stony Brook, Gabrielle Russo, explores when and why our ape ancestors developed upright trunk posture.
If an astronaut on a near-Earth mission experiences stress, anxiety or fatigue, they can talk in real time with a therapist either by video or voice calling.
Stony Brook Professor, Benjamin S. Hsiao, and his research team have recently developed two techniques for purifying drinking water that are both sustainable and affordable.
The opposable thumb has given humans the evolutionary advantage over other species for millennia and allowed them to build the civilizations seen today.