HHMI researchers Thomas M. Jessell and Michael Rosbash honored for significant contributions to medical science.
Researchers have revealed an important step in the process that guides neurons as they establish precise connections between the spinal cord and muscles.
HHMI researchers have deciphered a key part of the regulatory code that governs how motor neurons in the spinal cord connect to specific target muscles in the limbs.
A protein intimately involved in blood vessel patterning belongs to a family of proteins that guides neural development.
HHMI researchers gain on understanding the neural circuitry that coordinates walking movements.
HHMI researchers have discovered some of the basic control signals that govern the organization of the spinal cord in the developing embryo.
HHMI researchers find the precise mix of chemical signals that coax the development of motor neurons.
HHMI researchers are moving closer to understanding the entire developmental program that underlies motor neuron differentiation.