Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Personal Information Database

submitted by: scivee-team

I intend to design a database that will encompass information from clinical data, genetic information, functional magnetic resonance information, and high-resolution anatomical functional for a sizable amount of patients. It will allow for easy access to this information, and a way to quickly add or edit information in the database.

Successful Cognitive and Emotional Aging

submitted by: stein_institute

The next 25 years will witness the largest-ever increase in our elderly population, especially those living an active life. Yet research on successful aging has lagged behind that of age-related diseases. Although successful aging involves both mental and physical health, new research suggests that the critical component of successful aging is related to brain and mind. Dr. Dilip Jeste shares the latest research and reviews some evidence-based strategies for successful aging.

I-DOPA is an Endogenous for OA1

submitted by: medtv

Brian S. McKay; Vanessa M. Lopez; Christina L. Decatur; W. Daniel Stamer; Ronald M. Lynch

Structures of Massive Multiplayer Online Communities

submitted by: awman

Communities, such as guilds and groups, in massive multiplayer online worlds have been structured differently from one world to another. This research is to investigate the causes of the different community structures in online worlds and, specifically, how the design of the synthetic worlds shape the way players manage their communities.

MacArthur Fellow 2008: Wafaa El-Sadr, physician

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Wafaa El-Sadr is an Infectious Disease Physician introducing multi-pronged treatment strategies for some of the most pressing pandemics of our time – HIV/AIDS and TB – diseases that often afflict people with the least access to quality health care. MacArthur Fellowships offer the opportunity for Fellows to accelerate their current activities or take their work in new directions. The unusual level of independence afforded to Fellows underscores the spirit of freedom intrinsic...

MacArthur Fellow 2008: Sally Temple, neuroscientist

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Sally Temple is a neuroscientist tracing the natural interactions of differentiating neurons, bringing us closer to developing effective methods for treating central nervous system damage. MacArthur Fellowships offer the opportunity for Fellows to accelerate their current activities or take their work in new directions. The unusual level of independence afforded to Fellows underscores the spirit of freedom intrinsic to creative endeavors. The extraordinary creativity of MacArthur...