Neuroscience Program of Academia Sinica (NPAS) was established in 2008. Encompassing approximately more than 50 labs from 12 Institutes/Centers, NPAS aims to serve as the platform for interaction of neuroscientists and integration of researches from different institutes in Academia Sinica. To celebrate the 90th Anniversary of Academia Sinica and 10th Anniversary of NPAS, we commemorate the research from NPAS members in Open Biology (Published by the Royal Society). Below are the titles of the articles:

1. Cheng-Ting Chien, “Beyond being innervated: the epidermis actively shapes sensory dendritic patterning.”
2. Sue-Wei Lin, “Neural basis of hunger-driven behaviour in Drosophila.”
3. Hung-Chih Kuo, “Opportunities and challenges for the use of induced pluripotent stem cells in modelling neurodegenerative disease.”
4. Yi-Juang Chern, “Insights into GABAAergic system alteration in Huntington’s disease.”


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