A paper in JAMA co-written by Dr. Saver.
"How did you sleep? It's a critical question for everyone, and this OZY original series explores the present and future of sleep ... as well as its weird past."
"The hallmark presence of Lewy bodies in the pathway related to sense of smell and in the gut years before a Parkinson’s diagnosis, as well as the potential cumulative impact of different triggers, may help researchers understand the environmental factors that contribute to the development of the disease, according to a review study."
A paper in Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders co-written by Drs. Giesser and Sicotte.
A paper in Circulation co-written by Dr. Saver.
"A team of UCLA-led scientists has discovered important clues to what goes wrong in the brains of people with autism — a developmental disorder with no cure and for which scientists have no deep understanding of what causes it.
The new insights involve RNA editing — in which genetic material is normal, but modifications in RNA alter nucleotides, whose patterns carry the data required for constructing proteins."
"UCLA Health nurses have earned many notable achievements through the years.
Now, another major accomplishment can be added to the list. Melissa Reider-Demer, a nurse practitioner, was recently named national Nurse of the Year by Press Ganey, a Boston-based health care organization that promotes clinical safety, patient experience and workforce engagement.
The Press Ganey award honors a nurse who demonstrates commitment to care innovation, transformation, and collaboration. Reider-Demer, who holds a doctorate in nursing practice and specializes in neurology at UCLA, was recognized for her work to improve the patient experience and contributions to her organization.
In an interview, Reider-Demer shares what it means to win the award, how she got into neurology and career advice for new nurses."
A paper in Atherosclerosis co-written by Dr. Liebeskind.
A paper in the Journal of American Medical Association Neurology co-written by Dr. Saver.
An audio interview with Dr. Carmichael.