New network analysis technique can pinpoint regions of the brain that arise from seizures in minutes

New technologies to aid in seizure diagnosis and surgical planning will benefit millions of epilepsy patients, but the path to progress has been slow and difficult. New research from Carnegie Mellon University, Ben He and his team, in partnership with UPMC and Harvard Medical School, presents a new network analysis technique that uses minimally invasive … Read more

How should parents who cannot find formula feed their children?

Parents across the United States struggle to find infant formula, spending hours driving to local stores and scouring shelves in search of nutrition for their children. Millions of babies rely on formula, and more than 40% of the most popular brands Sold out in stores across the countryaccording to a grocery inventory analysis from Datasembly. … Read more

Graduated Principal Investigator Sets His Eye on the Medical Profession

Graduated Principal Investigator Amaya Gregory holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences. While the last few years of college haven’t been easy due to the pandemic, Amaya Gregory, a Cal State Graduate Fullerton Chair Scholar, has spent nearly 400 hours serving her community — excelling in academics and as a student leader. She also found … Read more

Editas Medicine receives FDA orphan drug designation for EDIT-301 for treatment of beta thalassemia

The company is on track to dose its first transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia patient with EDIT-301 by the end of the year CAMBRIDGE, MA, May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Editas Medicine, Inc. (Nasdaq: EDIT), a leading genome editing company, today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted orphan drug designation for editing. … Read more

Paul was appointed Dean of Albany Medical College

Albany – Dr. Alan Pauls, a longtime Albany Medical Center neurosurgeon and 1994 graduate of Albany Medical College, was appointed 18th Dean of Albany Medical College. Paul, of Glenmont, was approved to be the college’s new dean by the Albany Mead Health System Board of Directors on May 4. He succeeds Dr. Vincent B. Verdale, … Read more

Celebrating Art, Poetry, and Prose for Yale Health Care Students

A virtual celebration of poetry, prose, and art, created by Yale MD, online Physician Assistant (PA), Associate Physician, Nursing, and Public Health students, on May 5th, in the Annual Humanities in Medicine (PHM) Creative Medical Writing and Arts Competition for Health Professions Students . One hundred and thirty students submitted entries, nearly twice as much … Read more

Cannabis in medicine: endless hope or hype?

What is the role of cannabis as an intoxicant and in medical applications today? That was the question posed by Dieter Praus, a psychiatrist and neurologist at the Vitus Rheingau Clinic in Eltville, Germany, at the DGIM 2022 conference. Hydration of the dopamine system Regardless of the type of material that depends on the material … Read more

ADHD in adults: what it is, how to treat it and why medicine has ignored it for so long

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source for news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (The Conversation) Parents and clinicians have known about childhood ADHD – attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder – for decades, but it is only recently that the medical field has begun to recognize, diagnose, and seriously study ADHD in adults. In this episode of … Read more