$3 million to help expand Wolfram Syndrome research

 

 

 

 

 

The Underestimated Cerebellum Gains New Respect From Brain Scientists

 

 

Tammie Benzinger, M.D., Ph.D. has received two prestigious awards:

2018 Women in Neuroradiology Leadership Award, American Society for Neuroradiology (ASNR)

2018 Distinguished Investigator Award, The Academy for Radiology and Biomedical Imaging Research

 

 

Superslow Brain Waves May Play a Critical Role in Consciousness

 

 

 

Brain scans may help diagnose neurological, psychiatric disorders

 

 

Congratulations to Dr. Joel Perlmutter and co-PI Zhude (Will) Tu on their new grant entitled “Neuroimaging of PDE10A”, 9/15/2017-8/31/2022

 

 

Congratulations to Dr. Marc Raichle and Dr. Andrei Vlassenko on their new R01 entitled “Aerobic Glycolysis in the Development of Alzheimer’s Disease”, 9/1/17-3/31/22

 

 

 

Scientists become research subjects in after-hours brain-scanning project

 

 

Washington People: Bradley Schlaggar

 

 

Brain network connections may underlie social behavior linked to autism

 

 

WashU’s Dr. Beau Ances calls Alzheimer’s a “tsunami” in PBS’ “Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts”

 

 

 

$34 million effort aims to image brain from childhood through old age

 

 

NIL Leadership Update May 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Current NIL member, Marc Raichle MD and former NIL member Randy Buckner, PhD both named as “most influential brain scientists of the modern era”Marcus E. Raichle, MD

 

 

 

Brain Scans of children with Tourette’s offer clues to disorderKevin J. Black, MD

 

 

Researchers study children at risk for Tourette syndromeKevin J. Black, MDDeanna Greene, PhD

 

 

 

 

Washington People: Tamara HersheyTamara Hershey, PhD

 

 

Obituary: Morvarid Karimi, assistant professor of neurology, 44

 

 

 

 

Washington People: Beau AncesBeau Ances, MD, PhD

 

 

 

Schlaggar honored for pediatric research. Bradley L. Schlaggar, MD, PhD

 

 

Brain development through adolescence to be focus of national study. Deanna Barch, PhD

 

 

Measuring damage to brain networks may aid stroke treatment, predict recovery. Maurizio Corbetta, MDGordon Shulman, PhD

 

Age, obesity, dopamine appear to influence preference for sweet foods. M. Yanina Pepino PhDTamara Hershey, PhD