Congratulations to Dr. Jeffrey Saver on a newly published book, Stroke Prevention and Treat: An Evidence-Based Approach, 2nd ed. The book was published by Cambridge University Press this past month. Dr. Saver co-edited the book with Dr. Graeme Hankey from Australia and wrote/co-wrote 9 of the 26 chapters.
Congratulations to Dr. Noah Zaitlen on a new R01 entitled "Rarely Common: Uncovering the dominant role of rare variants in the genetic architecture of complex human traits"!
Here, the association between perfusion delay & length of hospital stay in symptomatic middle cerebral artery stenosis patients was determined by Tristan Honda, Drs. Jason Hinman, Radoslav Raychev, Latisha Sharma, and David Liebeskind.
In this recent publication, Dr. Timothy Cloughesy analyzes the early results from the CODEL trial for anaplastic oligodendrogliomas.
Voltage sensing with genetically expressed optical probes can make large-scale recordings of neuronal activity. Drs. Guido Faas & Istvan Mody develped a method for a hybrid genetically encodable fluorescent voltage sensing in brain cells.
There exists an unmet need for novel treatment options for glioblastoma. In this study, Drs. PhiOanh Leia Nghiemphu & Timothy Cloughesy find the triple combination of quetiapine, atorvastatin & radiation against glioblastoma to have promising therapeutic efficacy.
Here, researchers including Dr. David Liebeskind found that there was no delay in endovascular thrombectomy among patients treated for large vessel occlusions during the COVID-19 era compared with the pre-COVID era.
Oligodendrocytes are implicated in multiple brain diseases including dementia. Dr. Jason Hinman, Kathie Ngo, and Dr. Brent Fogel transcriptionally profiled adult mature oligodendrocytes from different regions of the central nervous system.
In this recent study, Dr. Andrew Levine and others sought to find how epigenetic age acceleration in adolescents perinatally infected with HIV-1?impacts brain development at the macro- and microstructural levels of brain anatomy.