New research on the brain’s relay processes could guide treatment for certain brain disorders

Jul 30, 2021
By Argonne National Laboratory

Our brains are responsible for coordinating and interpreting many of the actions we take for granted every day, from walking and running to seeing and hearing. To coordinate the sensory and motor signals firing across the brain requires a relay station of sorts, in this case, the thalamus, two small lobes that sit approximately mid-brain.

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