Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary science concerned with the study of the nervous system’s function and structure. The nervous system works to produce emotions, behaviors, and thoughts as well as controls significant body functions such as breathing. Neuroscience research is conducted to study the nervous system to advance understanding of basic biology and body function.
Knowing how things usually work can help in shedding light on what may occur when issues arise. Also, it can help scientists discover ways to prevent or treat issues that impact the brain, the body, and the nervous system. Aside from examining the nervous system’s normal development and activity, researchers study diseases, injuries, and disorders that impact parts of the system, the way it develops, and how well it functions.