#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Neurons That Control Biological Rhythms and Sleep – Dr. Seth Blackshaw


#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Neurons That Control Biological Rhythms and Sleep - Dr. Seth Blackshaw

#TomorrowsDiscoveries: The hypothalamus is a cherry-sized part of the brain that serves as the master regulator of many behaviors, including biological rhythms, sleeping and eating.
Dr. Seth Blackshaw’s lab has identified genes that control the formation of neurons in the hypothalamus that control biological rhythms and sleep, paving the way for therapies for sleep disorders, obesity and diabetes. Learn more about Dr. Blackshaw’s work:

Video credits to Johns Hopkins Medicine YouTube channel





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    #TomorrowsDiscoveries: Neurons That Control Biological Rhythms and Sleep – Dr. Seth Blackshaw

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