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Feb 02, 2019

Research

Cancer Drug Shows Promise in Mitigating Concussive Brain Inj...

A recent study shows that mice treated with paclitaxel reduces memory loss and signs of brain injury after a concussion.

Dec 20, 2018

Research

Vitae 2018: The People, The Stories, The Research

Highlighting investigators and their pioneering research programs, the Vitae program seeds new collaborations and development strategies by humanizing research through story.

Nov 16, 2018

Research

When Your Brain Won’t Hang Up: Sustained Connections Assoc...

For decades, scientists have examined how regions of the brain communicate to understand autism. Researchers at University of Utah Health believe the symptoms of autism may result from sustained connections between regio...

May 07, 2018

Research

Unraveling the Mystery of Sleep

Researchers at University of Utah address fundamental questions by studying short sleepers, folks who report regularly getting less than six hours of sleep every night yet do not report any negative effects.

Apr 25, 2018

Research

Grant Paves Way for U of U Researchers to Use Brain-Imaging ...

The medical use of cannabinoids is permitted in 29 states and counting, yet critical unanswered questions remain.

Apr 16, 2018

ClinicalResearch

The Neuroscience Initiative: Studying the Brain in Health an...

The Neuroscience Initiative was launched by the University of Utah Health to take steps towards alleviating the devastating effects of brain disorders.

Mar 26, 2018

Research

What Is the Cost of Interrupting a Radiologist?

U study finds interruptions change focus and time spent on case reviews, but don’t increase error rate.

Nov 28, 2016

Research

This Is Your Brain on God

Religious and spiritual experiences activate the brain reward circuits in much the same way as love, sex, gambling, drugs and music, report researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine. The findings were publ...

Sep 15, 2016

Research

Super Sleepers or Dangerously Drowsy?

Most people could benefit from a few extra hours of sleep every night. But some people habitually sleep much less than the recommended amount, yet report feeling no ill effects. A new University of Utah study, published ...

Dec 21, 2015

Research

Wired for Gaming: Brain Differences Found in Compulsive Vide...

SALT LAKE CITY - Brain scans from nearly 200 adolescent boys provide evidence that the brains of compulsive video game players are wired differently. Chronic video game play is associated with hyperconnectivity between s...

Jan 20, 2015

Education

Woodward Honored as Outstanding Educator

Paula Woodward named Outstanding Educator of the Year by the Radiological Society of North America.

Sep 29, 2014

Education

University of Utah Health Sciences Names Satoshi Minoshima ...

Highly regarded clinician and researcher is expert in fields of dementia and molecular imaging.

Apr 25, 2014

Grant to Support Software for Tailored Cancer Treatments

A $1.3 million grant from the National Cancer Institute will allow a University of Utah lab and a Salt Lake City startup company to create software to help doctors tailor cancer treatments

Feb 04, 2014

Research

New Religious Brain Project Seeks to Uncover Brain Activatio...

Researchers seeking candidates in Mormon community to participate in groundbreaking study

Aug 14, 2013

Research

Researchers Debunk Myth of "Right-brain" and "Left-brain"Per...

Newly released research findings from University of Utah neuroscientists assert that there is no evidence within brain imaging that indicates some people are right-brained or left-brained.

Dec 01, 2011

U of U Health Care Appoints Matthew A. Stein, M.D., as the N...

Matthew A. Stein, M.D., has been chosen as the new section chief of Breast Imaging in the Department of Radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine

Feb 03, 2005

Clinical

Surgical Alternative to Hysterectomy for Women with Symptoma...

For the 25 percent of American women who suffer excessive menstrual bleeding and severe abdominal pain because of uterine fibroids, a non-surgical procedure now offered at University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics may be an...