A new study shows that a gene mutation interacts with multiple types of psychiatric stress including PTSD, pain and sleep disturbances in association with cellular aging.
The study suggests standardized training is needed for medical residents.
The inaugural award recognizes a career of discovery that has made a lasting impact in the field of proteomics, the field which explores the distribution, dynamics and modifications of proteins in cells and living organisms and their relationships to health and disease.
The novel treatment targets a solitary cell type to treat disease with minimal side effects.
In a perspective article in the journal Stroke, Hugo J. Aparicio, MD, MPH, explains that longitudinal research could be a good alternative for investigators as they begin their early research careers.
These findings appear in the Journal of Psychiatric Research.
Erika J. Wolf, PhD, has been awarded a two-year grant from the NIA to study PTSD-related accelerated cellular aging in post-mortem brain tissue.
Rutao Cui is leading a team seeking a new drug compound that could combat tough-to-treat melanoma.
Candidate Driver Analysis (CaDrA), the new tool, may be instrumental in finding new therapeutic targets.
The discovery, when further developed, could ameliorate or cure AD.