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  • June 28, 2018

    New brain cells born during adulthood increase resilience to stress by dampening activity in the brain’s hippocampus, finds a new study from researchers in Columbia Psychiatry.

    Topic

    Neuroscience

    Source

    CUIMC Newsroom
    New neurons, pictured in neon green, were born in adult brains and act on the brain’s hippocampus to increase resilience to stress. The image was provided by Christoph Anacker of Columbia University Irving Medical Center.