Daniel Colon-Ramos

Yale University
National Institutes of Health

Thanks to a new imaging technology developed at Yale, the National Institutes of Health and Sloan-Kettering, scientists can now see for the first time the development of a living organism at the level of a single cell. The ability to track developing networks through time will give scientists the ability to create a neurodevelopmental atlas — a tool that will aid the investigation of a host of new diseases.