Eric Kandel is the winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine and co-director of the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Behavior Institute at Columbia University in New York, New York. He’s also author of The Disordered Mind: What Unusual Brains Tell Us About Ourselves. (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018).
The Biology Behind Our Emotions
In his new book “The Disordered Mind,” neuroscientist Eric Kandel explores how we control our emotions.
Order And Disorder In The Human Brain
Neuroscientist Eric Kandel tells us what schizophrenia, PTSD, and other disorders can reveal about the workings on the human brain.
This Is Your Brain on Jackson Pollock
In his new book, neuropsychiatrist Eric Kandel explores the relationship between neuroscience and abstract art.
A Tribute to Oliver Sacks
Neurologist, writer, motorcycle racer, weightlifter, swimmer, and enthusiast of ferns, cycads, cephalopods and minerals—Oliver Sacks was a modern day Renaissance man.
Forget-Me-Not: How Prions Maintain Memory
Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel discusses the role of prions in maintaining long-term memories.
New Clues to Memory Glitch Behind ‘Senior Moments’
One memory-related gene may retire later in life, leaving you wondering, “Where’d I put my keys?”
Art, Mind And Brain Intersect In Kandel’s Vienna
In his new book, neuroscientist Eric Kandel writes of artists and scientists in 20th-century Vienna.