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1 NIH research projects on interoception to improve understanding of brain-body function
2 NIH awards nearly half a billion for long COVID research
3 NIH scientists build a cellular blueprint of multiple sclerosis lesions
4 What Causes Long COVID Is A Mystery. Here's How Scientists Are Trying To Crack It
5 NIH HEAL Initiative: Research Meets the Moment to Address the Opioid Public Health Crisis
6 NIH awards $470 million to long COVID research
7 funded mouse study shows blocking stress response could slow axonal peripheral neuropathies disease progression
8 NIH Creates Study to Examine Long COVID-19, Population Health
9 UH Engineer Receives $3.7M to Stop Epileptic Seizures Before They Begin
10 'Unprecedented opportunity' to understand neurovascular recovery after stroke
11 PathMaker Neurosystems Announces Receipt of NIH Grant For
12 NIH to Use mHealth, Telehealth in Long COVID Research
13 Vaccine Effect or Functional Neurological Disorder? | MedPage Today
14 NIH R21 Grant Award for Dr. Vicki Hertzberg
15 Study rules out an antioxidant treatment for slowing the progression of Parkinson's disease: Researchers find no therapeutic benefit to raising the level of urate in the brain
16 What is PSP? Tom Coughlin on wife Judy's rare brain disorder
17 Alzheimer's: Algorithm may detect early signs with over 99% accuracy
18 NIH awards $18.15 million to seven projects focused on interoception
19 How does COVID-19 affect the brain? A troubling picture emerges.
20 Pondering a Potential Link Between COVID-19 and Alzheimer's Disease
21 How Common Is Long COVID? | MedPage Today
22 Avadel Recognizes World Narcolepsy Day and Announces New Data Presentations from Pivotal Phase 3 REST-ON Trial of FT218 at Upcoming Conference
23 A possible new pathway for treating epileptic seizures in patients with autism
24 Research roundup: Recent grants and publications for Emory faculty and staff
25 Global, regional, and national burden of stroke and its risk factors, 1990–2019: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
26 Overcoming Obstacles to Promote Repair in Multiple Sclerosis
27 Number of strokes, related deaths increased significantly in past 3 decades
28 FDA Approves First Nerve-Stimulation Device to Aid Stroke Recovery
29 What's it like to live with long COVID-19? 3 Arizonans tell their stories
30 Saratoga Hospital adds movement disorder specialist to neurology team
31 MSU's College of Veterinary Medicine receives $3.3 million NIH grant for chemical antidote research
32 Grant Funds Medical Device Development to Prevent Epileptic Seizures
33 Warn That Alcohol Causes Cancer? Add That Drinkers Live Longer.
34 EvoWalk stimulates nerves to help muscle-impaired people walk
35 CAPTIVA trial will test ways to prevent a second stroke in patients with a narrowed brain artery
36 Association between LGI and stroke recurrence | JIR
37 Research discovery identifies cause of neonatal strokes: Scientists have discovered an important cause of stroke occurring in the womb or just after birth, paving the way for new treatments.
38 Common blood test may provide insight into which patients with schizophrenia also at high risk for cardiovascular disease
39 NIH launches database to track neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19
40 New AI algorithm to improve brain stimulation devices to treat disease
41 Other news to note for Sept. 17, 2021
42 Don and Karen Cohn Give $2.5 Million to UC San Diego Health Neurosurgery Program
43 Study shows how taking short breaks may help our brains learn new skills
44 How to replace AbilityLab's 'force of nature' CEO • Walgreens rolls out new bonus plans • FDA warns labs on Abbott molecular tests
45 Researchers wirelessly record human brain act
46 Addressing Stroke Risk Factors in People Who Have Diabetes | NIDDK
47 FDA Approves Stroke Rehabilitation Therapy Created at UT Dallas
48 Traffic noise may raise risk of Alzheimer's, other dementias
49 Synchron bags $10M NIH grant to kick off U.S. trial of brain implant that uses thoughts to navigate digital apps
50 Research reveals drug targets for memory enhancement
51 funded study shows imaging after mild brain injury may predict outcomes
52 funded study finds gene therapy may restore missing enzyme in rare disease
53 Does the supplement Prevagen improve memory? A court case is asking that question.
54 Genetic study of Lewy body dementia supports ties to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases
55 Century of discoveries: Interconnected tale of UW's most innovative research epiphanies
56 Inflammatory Factors as Potential Markers of Early Neurological Deteri | JIR
57 Pfizer and Moderna press for booster shots. Will the FDA's decision come today? – Poynter
58 Book Excerpt from You Bet Your Life
59 Study suggests no link between antiseizure drugs used in pregnancy and cognitive problems in babies
60 Combination treatment for common glioma type shows promise in mice
61 Smaller is better for detecting biomarkers of trauma and cancer
62 Scientists discover a new genetic form of ALS in children
63 COVID kills NC couple married 62 years, their daughter in 13 day span
64 Diseases That Could Be Helped By Nerve Zapper Technology
65 Researchers identify a cellular defect common to familial and sporadic forms of ALS
66 7 University of Calgary researchers inducted into prestigious Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
67 Composing thoughts: mental handwriting produces brain activity that can be turned into text
68 NIH researchers link cases of ALS and FTD to a mutation associated with Huntington's disease
69 Alabama's Southern Research wins grant to advance study of Parkinson's disease
70 New NIH BRAIN Initiative awards move toward solving brain disorders
71 Jacksonville University Launches Unique Master of Respiratory Care in Response to Growing Pandemic-related Demand
72 Southern Research Lab Gets $3.9M to Study Neurodegenerative Disorders
73 NIH study uncovers blood vessel damage and inflammation in COVID-19 patients' brains but no infection
74 Mount Sinai Receives $2.9 Million to Study First-of-its-kind Brain Implant for Restoring Function in Paralyzed Patients
75 Study suggests scientists may need to rethink which genes control aging
76 NIH scientists try a new twist on using 'personalized' stem cells for studying dementia
77 NIH Names Walter J. Koroshetz, M.D. Director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
78 Dr. Andrew Singleton to direct new NIH intramural research effort for Alzheimer's and related dementias research
79 Timing is of the essence when treating brain swelling in mice
80 NIH launches novel nationwide search for neuroprotective stroke therapies
81 CODA Biotherapeutics Receives Grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to Help Advance its Next-Generation Gene Therapy-Mediated Chemogenetic Platform
82 Health officials back US FDA panel's decision on Covid booster shot
83 DNA damage “hot spots” discovered within neurons | National Institutes of Health
84 Scientists discover how our brains track where we and others go
85 Addiction, health issues, and how to prevent them
86 NIH neuroscientists isolate promising mini antibodies against COVID-19 from a llama
87 Elevated stress hormones linked to higher risk of high blood pressure and heart events
88 Obesity: High fat diet may influence body clock
89 Developing New Technologies to Solve the Mysteries of the Brain
90 Researcher Investigating Right Hemisphere's Role in Speech Perception
91 Understanding the many possible paths to dementia
92 New Research Shows How Taking Short Breaks May Help Our Brains Learn New Skills
93 Neurological Institute Shifts PR Business To Fors Marsh From Ogilvy
94 Menarini Asia-Pac spearheads campaign to increase public awareness about the dangers of blood clots
95 NIH researchers identify potential new antiviral drug for COVID-19
96 Study identifies how COVID-19 linked to Alzheimer's disease-like cognitive impairment CLEVELAND CLINIC
97 People with long Covid feared to be at risk of developing dementia
98 Cancer-linked mutation accelerates growth of abnormal stroke-causing brain blood vessels
99 Nagaland government partners with Vitamin Angels to fight malnutrition in the state
100 How India flipped its vaccine fortunes