Including essays on arts and cognition by Michael S. Gazzaniga and on deep brain stimulation by Mahlon R. DeLong and Thomas Wichmann
Published annually, the Progress Report describes the top findings in brain research during the previous year affecting areas such as disorders of development, aging, and movement, as well as mental and thought disorders.

Each year an essay by a prominent neuroscientist discusses an important current issue in brain research. The Progress Report is the signature publication of the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.
The report includes the following themes:
* Essay: Arts and Cognition: Findings Hint at Relationships
* Essay: The Expanding Potential of Deep Brain Stimulation
* Disorders That Appear in Childhood
* Movement Disorders
* Nervous System Injuries
* Neuroethics
* Neuroimmunology
* Pain
* Psychiatric, Behavioral, and Addictive Disorders
* Sense and Body Function
* Stem Cells and Neurogenesis
* Thinking and Remembering
You may read the report here

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