Bilingual Children May Lose Less Brain Matter as They Grow Up with Michael Ullman, Sept. 2, 2020

“It may be the case that the effects on the brain that we have seen in adult bilinguals have their roots in childhood. We will be looking more at this in future studies.”

When your Brain is Overstimulated, It Can Forget Things You Just Saw with Max Riesenhuber, Oct. 23, 2019

Sometimes our brains can’t keep up with processing everything, and we wind up not realizing we saw certain details we did, in fact, see. Now, a group of neuroscientists have figured out why people experience this so-called “crash in visual processing.”

Increased matrix metalloproteinase levels and perineuronal net proteolysis in the HIV-infected brain; relevance to altered neuronal population dynamics with Dr. Italo Mocchetti et. al

HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND) continue to persist despite effective control of viral replication. Although the mechanisms underlying HAND are poorly understood, recent attention has focused on altered neuronal population activity as a correlate of impaired cognition.