The brain clock that keeps memories ticking
The discovery of the mental map of space in the hippocampus was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, but the circuitry connecting ensembles of place cells, which are also used for memory processing, and how they update in realtime ...
Antibe Therapeutics Presenting Update on ATB-346 at International Hydrogen Sulfide Conference
Business Wire (press release)
The company's founder and Chief Scientific Officer, John Wallace, and Antibe Scientific Advisor and Nobel Prize winner Louis Ignarro, will be making podium presentations at the conference. ... Antibe develops safer medicines for pain and inflammation.
Dr. David Katz: Preventive Medicine: The fountain of youth, where no one drinks
New Haven Register
In North Karelia, Finland, a dedication to lifestyle as medicine for all has slashed heart disease rates by over 80 percent, and added fully 10 years to life expectancy. An additional 10 years of living is an anti-aging achievement worthy of a Nobel ...
This Day in Jewish History 1912: Almost-postman Who Won a Nobel for Paving Way to Prozac Is Born
May 30, 1912, is the birthdate of Julius Axelrod, the biochemist whose research played a key role in the development of the SSRI antidepressants — which include Prozac and Zoloft — and helped him win the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. It ...