New Nobel Prize For “Inner GPS” Could Lead To Alzheimer’s Insights

New Nobel Prize For “Inner GPS” Could Lead To Alzheimer’s Insights
Mind GPSThe 2014 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine was recently awarded to three scientists for their discovery of brains’ cells that report animals’ position in space, which therefore is being referred to as the brain's "internal GPS." The prize is divided between John O'Keefe, PhD, director of the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre in Neural Circuits and Behavior at University College London in the United Kingdom, and May-Britt Moser, PhD and her husband Edvard Moser, PhD, both professors of neuroscience at the Norwegian
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