Could there possibly be a cure for Alzheimer’s disease in the future? Through the current DIAN Network Study and Drug Trials headquartered at Washington University in St. Louis, early detection and prevention could become a reality. Dr. Randall Bateman, Charles F. and Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor in Neurology Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, gives us a thorough explanation and cause of the disease and who is at risk for early onset Alzheimer’s. We also learn about resources for caregivers and preventive measures that may lesson one’s chances for getting the disease.
New technology developed at Washington University is being tested at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. New goggles help doctors spot cancer in breast and skin cancers.
Known as St. Louis' fastest growing tech startup, college students across the country are downloading the RoverTown app for student discounts.
The Bishop Dubourg FIRST Robotics team discusses how the program encourages STEM education at the 2014 Championship at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.
Dr. Renata Bolognesi shares the story of her journey from Brazil to her role at Monsanto as Insect Control Platform Lead.
Washington University School of Medicine is researching cellular defense against infection, which could lead to drugs that simultaneously fight multiple forms of infection.
Using an inexpensive 3D printer, biomedical engineers at Washington University are developing a transformative device for heart treatment.
Dr. Deanna Barch, Washington University School of Medicine, discusses preliminary analysis of Human Connectome Project's research and the possibilities of brain mapping for diagnostics.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|