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Army anti-suicide initiative brings $3 million to IU School of Medicine scientist’s research

July 24, 2012 -- Could a nasal spray provide a quick antidote to suicidal thoughts among soldiers? An Indiana University School of Medicine scientist has been awarded a $3 million research grant from the U.S. Army to develop such a system.  read more...

Groundbreaking ceremony set as construction begins on IU neurosciences research facility

August 3, 2012 -- Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels will join leaders of Indiana University and Indiana University Health Aug. 6 to recognize the start of construction that will result in a new center for research and clinical excellence in the neurosciences in Indianapolis.  read more...

Blocking immune system receptor present on neurons could improve morphine effectiveness, IU scientists report

August 16, 2012 -- Morphine given to relieve chronic pain can, counter to expectations, result in a person feeling more pain. But a drug that blocks a key immune system component could make the morphine treatment more effective by blocking that side-effect pain, according to researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine.  read more...

IU School of Medicine, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana selected for national brain injury research network

September 27, 2012 -- Federal officials have designated Indiana University School of Medicine and Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana a Traumatic Brain Injury Model System site. The five-year $2,137,500 grant adds local researchers and physicians to the leading national network of centers studying and treating traumatic brain injury and its impact on the lives of patients and their families.  read more...

On 'Sound Medicine': African childbirth mortality, brain surgery, and early puberty in boys

February 15, 2013 -- The award-winning “Sound Medicine” announces its program for Feb. 17, featuring several segments on brain surgery breakthroughs, adherence devices and early puberty in boys. Please check local listings for broadcast dates, times and stations.  read more...

Genome-wide imaging study identifies new gene associated with Alzheimer’s plaques

February 20, 2013 -- A study combining genetic data with brain imaging, designed to identify genes associated with the amyloid plaque deposits found in Alzheimer’s disease patients, has not only identified the APOE gene -- long associated with development of Alzheimer’s -- but has uncovered an association with a second gene, called BCHE.  read more...
 

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