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Feb 23 2022 | CNBC
MBCT NeuroTech trainee Favour Nerrisse is the Chair of the National Society of Black Engineers.
Feb 2 2022 | SF Chronicle
Pointing to an explosion of opioid overdose deaths during the coronavirus pandemic, Stanford researchers called Wednesday for a series of dramatic changes to how governments and society treat those addicted to the drugs, including the ending of incarceration for possession or use of illicit drugs.
Feb 2 2022 | The Guardian
Report warns opioid crisis has a ‘good chance’ of spreading globally as overdose deaths from all drugs increased during the pandemic.
Jan 28 2022 | The Scientist
Data from mouse models for mild coronavirus infections and human tissue samples offer further evidence that it doesn’t take a severe infection—or even infection of brain cells at all—to cause long-term neurological symptoms.
Jan 28 2022 | STAT News
Stanford neuro-oncologist Michelle Monje is studying the link between "chemo brain" and long Covid's brain fog.
Dec 8 2021 | The New York Times
Scientists who injected idle mice with blood from athletic mice found improvements in learning and memory. The findings could have implications for Alzheimer’s research and beyond.
Dec 8 2021 | Scientific American
The drumbeat of exercise’s brain benefits may sound familiar. Most of us know that getting our move on can mean a boost to mental and neurological health. But what if, through understanding these biochemical processes, we could get all of that brain gain without going through the exercise pain?...
Oct 27 2021 | MIT Technology Review
In a 12-by-20-foot room at a skilled-nursing facility in Menlo Park, California, researchers are testing the next evolution of the computer interface inside the soft matter of Dennis DeGray’s motor cortex. DeGray is paralyzed from the neck down. He was hurt in a freak fall in his yard while taking...
Oct 26 2021 | Spectrum News
Activating serotonin receptors in the medial septum, a region along the brain’s midline, reverses social-memory deficits in a mouse model of autism, according to new research by the group of Robert Malenka at Wu Tsai Neuro. The results reveal a new mechanism by which serotonin shapes social...
Oct 8 2021 | The New York Times
Dr. David Spiegel and colleagues showed decades ago that women whose depression was easing lived longer than those whose depression was getting worse. His research and other studies have clearly shown that “the brain is intimately connected to the body and the body to the brain,” Dr. Spiegel said...