The National Institute of Mental Health awarded $740K to Michael-Paul Schallmo, PhD, who will study the differences in visual context among people diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Sonya Wang, MD, received a National Institutes of Health grant to research the effects of music-based intervention (MBI) on neurodevelopment and pain response in preterm infants.
Research conducted by John Wagner, MD, and Margaret MacMillan, MD, has not only helped make BMT possible but also contributed to a 90% survival rate. This has led to success stories like Kyle Tanner’s.
The new study examines why some infected cells evaded T cell-mediated killing in the lungs of a mouse model.
Dr. Vinogradov focuses on psychotic disorders where individuals experience abnormal thinking and perceptions.
Brian M. Sweis, PhD, is the first student in the Medical School’s history to receive the prestigious Donald B. Lindsley Prize in Behavioral Neuroscience by the Society for Neuroscience.
U of M Medical School researchers combine ultrasound with engineered glass particles to boost the effectiveness of immunotherapy to combat brain cancer.
Badrinath Konety, MD, discusses the latest treatments available for bladder cancer patients and research in the field.
The Minnesota Symposium is a biennial meeting on a selected topic in the study of developmental psychology.
New research from the University of Minnesota Medical School found a little stress can make the circadian clock run better and faster.