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Kelly Chi
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The main method driving human connectome projects is fundamentally flawed, according to a new study in PNAS.

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"But isn’t it better to go on brain training with the hope, if not the expectation, that scientists will someday discover that it has far-reaching benefits? The answer is no. Scientists have already identified activities that improve cognitive functioning, and time spent on brain training is time that you could spend on these other things. One is physical exercise." http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/brain-training-doesn-t-make-you-smarter/?WT.mc_id=SA_Facebook

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The NIMH's Gregory Farber came to Duke this week to talk about the President's BRAIN Initiative. Duke scientists, many of them doing human brain imaging, wondered how they might get a piece of the pie. Farber said that he expects more of the RFA's will be geared for human work in the coming years.

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Touching piece by Monica Coenraads. She will not rest until she finds a cure for Rett syndrome. Her work toward this goal has been amazing.
https://rettsyndrome.wordpress.com/2014/10/10/a-promise/

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