“Revolutionizing neuroscience: BrainGPT performs better than neuroscience experts” – co-authored by Azerbaijan Neuroscience Society’s co-founder

In the ever-expanding field of neuroscience, the challenge of sifting through vast amounts of research to gain meaningful insights is formidable. Traditional approaches struggle to keep up with the sheer volume and complexity of data, leading to valuable insights often being overlooked. To address this challenge, researchers have developed BrainGPT, an advanced language model fine-tuned […]

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Our team member, Shams Farhad, has published a new paper

Our team member, Shams Farhad, alongside her colleagues, has recently published a paper titled “Application of Hybrid Deep Learning Architectures for Identification of Individuals with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Based on EEG Data” This study addresses the persistent challenge of accurately diagnosing Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), a prevalent psychiatric condition characterized by intricate symptomatology often interwoven with other

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ANS Member Elkhan Yusifov has presented a poster in “Development Platicity & Regeneration of Neural Circuits” conference in Altea, Spain

Azerbaijan Neuroscience Society co-founder, Elkhan Yusifov, has presented his scientific research as a poster in a conference held in Altea, Spain. Axon2023 conference included more than 150 participants and 60 posters. Elkhan’s scientific work investigates the role of primary cilia in neural circuit formation.

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Elkhan Yusifov has presented a poster in Zurich Neuroscience Zentrum Symposium 2023 in Switzerland

Azerbaijan Neuroscience Society member Elkhan Yusifov has shared his research as a poster in Zurich Neuroscience Zentrum (ZNZ) Symposium on September 14th in Switzerland. His poster title was “Investigating the role of primary cilia in the peripheral nervous system formation”.

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We announce our first workshop!

Azerbaijan Neuroscience Society will organize a workshop on “How to effectively prepare 3P: Paper, Poster, Presentation” on November 24-26.

The workshop will be held in a hybrid format, and with the partnership of the International Bain Research Organization (IBRO), leading local and international experts will share their experience and knowledge with the participants.

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Our team member, Jamil Muradov, has co-authored an abstract on inhibition of cortical spreading depolarizations using memantine in the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences

To learn more about it, please, visit: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/canadian-journal-of-neurological-sciences/article/p121-memantine-inhibits-cortical-spreading-depolarization-and-improves-neurovascular-function-following-traumatic-brain-injury-results-of-a-randomized-preclinical-trial/03F82F3C3EEE609B9CE7F9160524F22F

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New experimental evidence for predictive processing hypothesis?

A new study published in Science Advances presents experimental evidence corroborating the predictive processing hypothesis, which posits that the brain constantly models its environment and predicts its future states, instead of passively taking in information from outside in a unidirectional manner. Although this hypothesis has been backed by a wealth of human experiments using behavioral

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Sadig Niftullayev has presented his research in the “PhD Scientific Days Conference” at Semmelweis University

“Our board member, Sadig Niftullayev, recently participated in the “PhD Scientific Days Conference” at Semmelweis University in Hungary on 22-24 June. He presented his PhD work with a poster titled: “Autophagy as a Guardian of Two Genomes: A Voyage from Mitochondrial DNA to Nuclear DNA.” This conference invited PhD candidates from EUniWell member universities to

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Shams Farhad’s new study reveals the critical factors for accurately categorizing (89.5%) individiuals with bipolar disorder

We are excited to announce that our team member, Shams Farhad, has co-authored a research paper published in “Journal of Neural Transmission”. Her paper, “Combined use of gray matter volume and neuropsychological test performance for classification of individuals with bipolar disorder via artificial neural network method”, dives into the exciting realm of bipolar disorder classification

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