Research will explore a possible connection between menopause and Alzheimer’s
A friend has a parent who lives with Alzheimer’s disease. Because of her family history, she has been offered a blood test to assess her own risk for Alzheimer’s. How accurate are these types of tests – and how useful are they?
November Dr. Sarah Ocañas becomes Oklahoma’s first recipient of a $2.2 million early independence grant. Dr. Sarah Ocañas didn’t take the traditional path to becoming a research scientist. After graduating from college with degrees in mathematics and biology, she joined Teach for America, a nonprofit that sends educators to underserved communities. Ocañas was assigned to Texas’ […]
The search for a pharmaceutical “magic bullet” is something that’s hard-wired both into our culture and our science.