Understanding the Mechanisms Underlying Vocal LearningQ&A with Michael Yartsev, Ph.D.
Most mammals know from birth how to make sounds that communicate, but not humans. And not bats: Dana grantee Michael Yartsev has collected reams of data on how Egyptian fruit bats learn to make sounds to communicate as a way to understand how we do it.
Seeking Biomarkers for Alzheimer’sQ&A with Anthony Wagner, Ph.D.
In pioneering research measuring over-60s in many dimensions – using brain scans, biomarkers and psychometrics – Dana Grantee Anthony Wagner aims to uncover what affects memory later in life, and may even identify Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms occur