Articles by Kevin Jiang

About Kevin Jiang (147 Articles)
Kevin Jiang is a Science Writer and Media Relations Specialist at the University of Chicago Medicine. He focuses on neuroscience and neurosurgery, orthopedics, psychology, genetics, biology, evolution, biomedical and basic science research.

Window to the brain

May 11, 2016

In a story that will be appearing in the Spring issue of Medicine on the Midway, we take a look at the work of two of UChicago's brightest young neuroscientists, who use the visual system as a window to the brain. By understanding the activity of individual neurons and neural circuits involved in vision, they aim to unlock the biology of not just how we see, but how we think, how we remember, how we learn, how we make decisions and more. [Read More]

The Art of Science (and worms!)

April 6, 2016

Graduate student Adam Brown is no stranger to a microscope, since he spends his days studying the neurobiology of the nematode worm C. elegans. But these tiny worms don't just serve as model organisms for Brown’s research. They also happen to do double duty as models for his art. Watch Brown describe the art behind his science. [Read More]
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