News & Media

April 17, 2019


Two UCSB researchers selected for 2019 John Simon Guggenheim fellowships

By Sonia Fernandez

DYNS' Professor Miguel Eckstein, receives prestigious fellowship

March 21, 2019

Dissolving the Gordian Knot

A ‘druggable’ mechanism of tau protein pathology could lead to new treatment for some of our most devastating neurodegenerative diseases

By Sonia Fernandez

Professor Kenneth Kosik

March 21, 2019

Shining a Light on Memory

Neuroscientist Michael Goard receives funding for new memory research

By Harrison Tasoff

January 24, 2019

The Builder and the Regulator

New knowledge about the interactions of messenger RNAs and micro-RNAs during brain development helps in the complex task of identifying neurological cell types

By James Badham

Professor Kennth Kosik


December 19, 2018

‘A Three-Player Game’

New insight into the mechanism of tau protein aggregation could lead to better in vitro models for neurodegenerative disease research

By Sonia Fernandez

Research on this study was conducted also by Jennifer N. Rauch, Michael Vigers, Zhikai Zeng, Timothy J. Keller and Kenneth S. Kosik of UC Santa Barbara; and Jack H. Freed and Madhur Srivastava of Cornell University.