The fellows from UChicago include Wilma Bainbridge, assistant professor in the Department of Psychology. The two-year Sloan Fellowships are one of the most competitive and prestigious awards available to early-career researchers. Congratulations!
Two new studies from the University of Chicago investigate the roles of the gut microbiome and estrogen in the differing rates of Alzheimer’s disease among women and men.
Brain imaging shows distinct neural patterns in individuals prone to seeing hostility, according to a paper from the Motivation and Cognition Neuroscience Lab, led by Assistant Professor Yuan Chang Leong (Psychology).
The award will provide $50,000 per year to the PI’s lab to support the generation of exploratory data in the field of motor neuron disease. Six proposals were selected.
Statistical model developed by UChicago researchers incorporates genome and gene expression data to reliably identify causal genes.
Professor Susan Goldin-Meadow (Psychology) examines what our gestures reveal about our inner thoughts on the "Big Brains" podcast.