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SAEM EBM IG Mar 7
BEST 🏆 episode ever All EM physicians who treat potential stroke should listen to respectful debate exploring why tPA divides our specialty 24 years after
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Karen Wilcox, Ph.D. Feb 27
I am pretty excited and overwhelmed! I will be receiving a Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award with my grant renewal on infection-induced epilepsy! Woot! Thank you NINDS!
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Hillary Johnson Mar 24
Trans ischemic attack; progressive ischemic white matter disease; dementia; thyroid cancer; breast cancer; lymphoma; prostate cancer; osteopenia; osteoporosis; bradycardia, heart failure; asthma/copd; pulmonary hypertension. Just a few outcomes of prolonged untreated ME.
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Mission Lucidity May 14
“Neuroscience today is where the field of physics was in the early 1900s.” Encouraging words from Walter Koroshetz, Director of during tonight’s Brain Lecture at . We are ready for a technology-driven revolution!
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George Mensah, MD Aug 14
New -funded study with long-term (24-year) follow-up provides more evidence for why it’s important to: 1. Prevent beginning in . 2. Prevent & control HTNin 3. Control HTN even in late life
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Bruce Herring Aug 6
Our very first R01 was just funded on our first try. I can not thank the enough for their support. Truly exciting times for this young lab!
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Caldwell Lab@UA Dec 25
A gene we discovered w/worms in 2008, found mutated in movement disorder patients! Boom! VPS41 recessive mutation causes ataxia and dystonia with retinal dystrophy and mental retardation by inhibiting HOPS function and mTORC1 signaling.
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Nick Langhals Oct 25
is hiring now (applications open Monday 10/28)! If you are interested in becoming more involved in program management, these positions may be for you. We have several openings for Health Program Specialists / Analysts t…
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Gifty A. Dominah Mar 30
Replying to @WeillCornell @dgolub93
Had a great day at the Medical Student Neurosurgery Training Camp 2019! Thanks for the experience! Even saw a familiar face
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NIH History Office Mar 19
Dr. Judith Walters studies brain mechanisms leading to dysfunctions like Parkinson’s Disease and is a terrific mentor. Hear her Anita B. Roberts Lecture
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April Lukowski Apr 9
Yesterday I got the amazing news that my NIH F31 fellowship through has been funded! I am still processing this and am beyond thankful to everyone who has made this possible, especially and Lori Isom for their invaluable mentoring and support.
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Christina Gross Lab Jun 19
Our new paper on miR-324-5p regulating A-type currents and seizure frequency in is in press ! Many thanks to our collaborators and and funding from and
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Richard Austin Apr 24
NINDS Awards Reglagene $400,000 to Investigate a New Treatment for Glioblastoma Multiforme
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George Mensah, MD Aug 14
New. : -MIND Study. In hypertensive adults, intensive control (<120 compared with <140 mmHg) was significantly associated with a smaller increase in white matter lesion volume.
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Nick Langhals Oct 29
Translational Devices Team has an opening for a Scientific Program Analyst contractor. Position details and application information are being through Columbus Technologies - below.
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Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics TAMU Jan 22
Congratulations to Rahul Srinivasan, Assistant Professor , on his first ! funding to investigate novel therapies for . Read more at:
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Ameer E. Hassan Mar 22
Honored to be representing SVIN at the Brain Attack Coalition. It was an excellent meeting w/great things coming soon for stroke education. Thanks Dad for the awesome handkerchief 😁
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Joe Geraghty 21 Jan 19
Incredible work in mild traumatic brain injury, concussion, and intracranial bleeding by Dr. Dorian McGavern at the NIH showing inflammatory monocytes in real time being recruited to sites of injury in the brain.
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It'sME(Jaime) is on hiatus Apr 10
Hey Young Investigators from the conference hosted by . Duke looks like they're about to have a bunch of positions open due to a grant, and one of the focuses is chronic disease. If you want to advance yr career & support , go for it!
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Brian Edlow Feb 23
Is consciousness possible without a default mode network? Our new study led by and @zthrelk suggests that covert consciousness may be dissociable from an intact DMN: Thank you & & for supporting this work!
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