The formation of tumors in the eye can cause blindness. But, for some reason our corneas, the transparent layer that forms the front of our eyes, have a natural ability to prevent it. Researchers in the laboratory of UConn Health associate professor of neuroscience Royce Mohan believe they are closing in on an explanation for […]
In a report to be published in the journal Experimental Neurology on Feb 1, 2017, researchers in the Department of Neuroscience have determined that cells from patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) have an inherent defect in their ability to promote myelin – the brain tissue damaged in this disease.
Do you often have problems hearing yet your doctor says your hearing tests check out just fine? Thanks to research done at the UConn School of Medicine, there is now a proven technique to identify “hidden” hearing loss that likely goes undetected with traditional audiograms. Two researchers at UConn School of Medicine have developed a […]