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Concussion Outcome Predicted Using Advance Imaging

Concussion Outcome Predicted Using Advance Imaging

Using an advanced imaging technique, Michael Lipton, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues were able to predict which patietns who'd recently suffered concussions were likely to fully recover.   watch video >

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Zebrafish: A Small Fish with a Whale of an Impact

Zebrafish: A Small Fish with a Whale of an Impact

Thanks to their fast reproductive cycle and transparency, zebrafish are helping Einstein researchers learn about conditions such as infertility, acute myeloid leukemia and congenital spinal defects.  read article >

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Landmark Latino Health Study

Landmark Latino Health Study

Einstein heads one of four sites for the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos, a longitudinal study exploring the health conditions and behaviors of our nation’s largest minority group.  read article >

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Multiscale fluorescence imaging

Multiscale fluorescence imaging

Researchers frequently use fluorescent proteins (FPs) to visualize proteins in cells. However, the commonly used FPs are not ideal for imaging in animals. In the August 19th issue of Nature Communications, Vladislav Verkhusha, Ph.D. and colleagues report engineering three monomeric near-infrared fluorescent … read more >

Taking Cues from Non-Neuronal Tissue

Taking Cues from Non-Neuronal Tissue

Neurons possess branch-like structures called dendrites, which receive and pass along information in neuronal networks. Abnormalities in the shape of dendrite branching occur in many neuropsychiatric conditions such as autism spectrum disorders and schizophrenia. So a better understanding of dendrite patterning could lead … read more >

Posted on: Tuesday, August 30, 2016

 

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