This episode of ‘Show Me the Science’ focuses on efforts in St. Louis and Kenya to ID and treat young people at risk for schizophrenia and other serious conditions
Simone Bernstein, M.D., receives Laughlin Fellows Award (Links to an external site)
Exercise didn’t help brain function in older people, surprising study results show (Links to an external site)
“Based on a lot of observational evidence, as well as some smaller clinical trials, we expected to see that older adults who engage in exercise would show improvements in memory and thinking as well as improvements, maybe increases, in the size of the structures of their brain that underlie those aspects of cognition,” study co-author Dr. […]
October 2022 (Links to an external site)
September 2022 (Links to an external site)
Staying in the lines (Links to an external site)
WashU coaching program strengthens research integrity on a national scale
Getting off Adderall and reducing antidepressants (Links to an external site)
What happens when you’re on medication to treat a behavioral or mood disorder and abruptly stop taking it—either by choice or because of a lack of access?
Cruchaga awarded Zenith Fellowship Award (Links to an external site)
Carlos Cruchaga, PhD, has received a 2022 Zenith Fellow Award from the Alzheimer’s Association. The annual award is given to scientists who have made significant contributions to the field of Alzheimer’s disease research and are likely to make additional, substantial contributions in the future.
$9 million to fund study of ‘jumping genes’ in Alzheimer’s (Links to an external site)
Researchers from several labs to study role of transposable elements
Rogers selected as scholar in emerging leadership program (Links to an external site)
Group addresses topics shaping future of medicine