In spring, days grow long, and the white-footed mouse looks for a mate. For some mammals, day length prompts behaviors like breeding or camouflaging, and scientists say it’s not just the arc of the sun that kicks off these seasonal events; substances in the brain also play a part.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – New research suggests the estimated 12 million Americans who have obstructive sleep apnea should take better care to sleep in a very dark room.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – New research suggests that treadmill training soon after a spinal cord injury can have long-lasting positive effects on recovery – as long as the training is accompanied by efforts to control inflammation in the lower spinal cord.
Ashley Fenn, 4th year NGSP student, was awarded the Presidential Fellowship from the Ohio State University Graduate School.
Please join us in congratulating Randy Nelson, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Neuroscience, for his selection as a Distinguished University Professor. The Distinguished Professor award is a prestigious honor given permanently to no more than three exceptional faculty members per year.