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Newborn neurons derived from neural stem cells are integrated into existing hippocampal circuit and contribute to memory formation.
The Neurogenesis and Brain Repair Laboratory of Mi-Hyeon Jang, Ph.D., develops novel therapeutic strategies for treating neurological diseases associated with cognitive function.
Dr. Jang's lab studies disease pathogenesis and adult neurogenesis, identifies novel molecular targets to treat cognitive deficits, and researches mechanisms of myelination and myelin repair.
Keep up to date with neurogenesis and brain repair outcomes and findings through published articles from Dr. Jang's lab at Mayo Clinic.
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