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People with Down syndrome nearly always develop signs of Alzheimer's disease as they age. Researchers  are taking part in a multisite study to understand how Alzheimer's develops in this population.
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Fail Better: When Celia McKee, a doctoral student studying neuroscience, revealed on Twitter that her grant had been rejected, her message struck a chord: more than 225,500 users liked the viral post and 15,000 shared the message.
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How do you manage global risks in a highly uncertain environment? and the Boeing Center has published new research on global supply chain disruptions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 🏭
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Colin Burnett of says the global 007 craze modernized the practice of media franchising. He delves into this sophisticated storytelling in his current book-in-progress, “Serial Bonds: How 007 Storytelling Modernized the Media Franchise.” 📖
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 27
Have a bright idea? Share it with us. 💡 A new initiative seeks to tap into WashU’s people power, to obtain input from the entire community on ways we can streamline, shift and adapt to benefit the university in lasting, sustainable ways.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 27
The transfer of power in the American presidency seems clear, and it serves a clear purpose. One president is inaugurated, another returns to private life. So why are Americans so worried about the transfer of power now?
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 26
How can I support my child's social and emotional development while adhering to physical-distancing recommendations?  Associate Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Lori Markson, answers this question + more. 🚸
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 26
Writing the first draft of history: Political reporter Gabriel Rubin, AB ’15, is satisfying readers’ hunger for an inside and sometimes irreverent look at the capital’s comings and goings with his weekly column Washington Wire in the . 📰
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For the community - Navigating the College Search in the time of COVID-19 faculty and staff - join colleagues in Admissions & Aid for insider tips, changes in the process, and how to best assist your student in these unusual times.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 26
As more states legalize marijuana use, an international team of researchers led by scientists has identified two regions in our DNA that appear to contribute to one’s risk of becoming dependent on marijuana. 🍃
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 26
Rohit Pappu, a professor, is part of a multi-institutional team awarded a $7.5 million Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) award from the Department of Defense to study and engineer membraneless organelles.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 23
“There’s nothing different about how people respond to stress across race,”  Public Health Professor, Darrell Hudson said. “The context that people live in is racialized, however. It’s about the chronicity of it and your relationship with it.."
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 23
Carlos Ponce, MD, PhD, assistant professor of neuroscience , is one of 20 people to receive a 2020 Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering. Packard fellows are among the nation’s top early-career scientists.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 23
Economic perceptions and the election 🗳️: Three experts from  weigh in on President Donald Trump’s record, the state of the economy and what to expect from either a second Trump term or a Biden administration.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 23
🧘‍♂️Use mindfulness techniques to stay grounded 🆘Seek professional help if needed Here , Assistant Professor of Psychiatry , offers a few ways to cope with your emotions while safely navigating the ongoing pandemic.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 22
Count every vote ✅: Former Congressman Richard Gephardt, the founder of , will join a bipartisan group of former elected officials for a discussion about the challenges facing the election process.
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 22
“Black residents have traditionally lived close to waterways — sometimes by choice, but often because of racist housing...” Alum and photographer, Njaimeh Njie, speaks on the experience of Black midwesterners in the new anthology “Black in the Middle."
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 22
Research into psychological disorders and Alzheimer’s have earned 's Deanna Barch and 's Randall Batemen election into the National Academy of Medicine, a part of .
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 22
Climate change poses a major threat to species and ecosystems around the world, and combating it must be prioritized. But, new research involving WashU Postdoctoral Research Associate, James Stroud, provides "fascinating insight and a glimpse of hope." 🦎
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Washington University in St. Louis Oct 21
Fall looks good on you, WashU. 🍁
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