Study will focus on cognitive resilience among centenarians and their offspring.
Category: Grant Awards
Study will address knowledge gaps and critical questions, including why CTE causes changes in thinking, memory, mood and behavior.
Recognized by National Academy of Medicine for his project, “Deciphering Mechanisms of Disease Resistance and Longevity in Centenarians.”
Learn about the innovative idea at the core of the longest running, grant-funded training program at the University.
BUSM Awarded $4.1M to Support the Next Generation of Trail-blazers in Multidisciplinary Lung Science
The NIH has continuously funded this research training program for 50 years.
BUSM is one of four multidisciplinary teams creating the Strategically Focused Research Network on disparities in cardio-oncology.
Congratulations Drs. Jonathan Wisco, Rachel L. Flynn and Alla Grishok!
Congratulations to Drs. Stephen P. Christiansen, Wendy Kuohung and Nelson C. Lau!
May provide a new way to diagnose CTE in the living.
Dr. Kotton, the David C. Seldin Professor of Medicine, will study the mechanisms that initiate and perpetuate idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.