Interview with Dr. Randy Blakely

Vanderbilt Medical Center has opened a "next-generation" laboratory devoted to advancing the understanding and treatment of diverse brain disorders including autism, ADHD, schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease.

The Vanderbilt Laboratory for Neurobehavior, which officially opened Jan. 15, allows scientists to use mouse and rat models to make clear the complex roles of genes, as well as the impact of drugs, in how the brain supports learning, memory, attention, emotion and social behavior.

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