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[December 23, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Researchers Find that Memory Storage Molecule Preserves Complex Memories:
Finding Suggests that Unwanted Memories Might Be Erasable Without Harming Other Brain Functions

The brain acts as a computer to both store information and process that information. More

 
 

[December 4, 2008]

Dr. Eli A. Friedman Honored for 46 Years of Service to SUNY Downstate and Academic Medicine: 
Pioneer Founded First Federally Funded Dialysis Clinic; Invented ‘Suitcase Kidney’

Distinguished Teaching Professor of Medicine, Eli A. Friedman, MD, who stepped down as chief of nephrology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in September, was recently honored by colleagues at a tribute held to mark his 46 years of service to SUNY Downstate Medical Center and to academic medicine worldwide. More

 
 

[December 3, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Opens Advanced Learning Resource Center:
Lifelike Mannequin Is Featured Addition to Teaching Tools

SUNY Downstate Medical Center has opened an Advanced Learning Resource Center (ALRC), a multi-disciplinary teaching and training facility featuring iStan, a lifelike patient simulator mannequin used to teach students and train health professionals. More

 
 

[December 2, 2008]

Dr. Abraham Aragones Receives Cancer Disparties Grant:
Will Study Barriers to Use of Human Papilloma Vaccine

Abraham Aragones, MD, MSci, has received a grant from the Programa de Investigacion de Migracion y Salud (PIMSA), and the Health Initiative of the Americas, University of California, Berkeley, to study parents’ attitudes toward the use of the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine in Mexico and New York. More

 
 

[November 21, 2008]

Dr. Todd Sacktor Wins Award from Society for Neuroscience:
Research Holds ‘Tremendous Promise’ for Treating Memory Diseases

Todd C. Sacktor, MD, professor of physiology and pharmacology and of neurology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, has been honored with a 2008 Research Award for Innovation in Neuroscience (RAIN) from the Society for Neuroscience at the group’s annual meeting in Washington, DC. More

 
 

[November 20, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Scholar Wins Young Scientist Honor:
Dr. Andrey Pisarev Receives Blavatnik Award  

Andrey Pisarev, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, has received a 2008 Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists from the New York Academy of SciencesMore

 
 

[November 13, 2008]

Dr. Jeffrey Birnbaum to Be Honored by Lorenzo Jackson Foundation:
Will Be Recognized for Commitment to Youth in Fight Against HIV/AIDS   

The Lorenzo Jackson Foundation will honor Jeffrey Birnbaum, MD, MPH, for his efforts to educate young people about HIV, the AIDS virus, through the Health and Education Alternatives for Teens (HEAT) program. More

 
 

[November 12, 2008]

Health Experts Convene for 4th Annual Obesity Conference:
Michelle Paterson Takes Aim at Childhood Obesity

 

At the Fourth Annual Obesity Conference, held October 29 on the SUNY Downstate Medical Center campus, physicians, allied health professionals, and educators gathered to discuss the major health risks posed by obesity and ways to prevent them. More

 
 

[October 22, 2008]

Men’s Health the Focus of Symposium on November 7:
SUNY Downstate Physicians Will Work with Men on Male Health Concerns

SUNY Downstate Medical Center has partnered with The Brooklyn Tabernacle Men and Medical Ministries, the American Cancer Society’s Brooklyn Chapter, and the Male Development and Empowerment Center at Medgar Evers College to hold the second "Dine & Learn Healthy Man Symposium" Friday, November 7, 2008. More

 
 

[October 9, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Highlights Obesity Epidemic and What to Do about It:
New York First Lady Michelle P. Paterson to Deliver Opening Remarks

“Obesity: Threats and Interventions” is the theme of a conference taking place on October 29, 2008 at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. More

 
 

[October 3, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Gains Increases in HIV/AIDS Funding:
Recent Grants Near $5 Million

SUNY Downstate Medical Center has received new grants for its HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention programs totaling almost $5 million. More

 
 

[October 2, 2008]

Downstate Receives Second Grant from State Stem Cell Program 

SUNY Downstate Medical Center has been awarded a $120,000 grant to plan and develop a stem cell research group, the first step in a two-tiered process designed to create a multi-institution collaborative center. More

 
 

[September 15, 2008]

SUNY Downstate College of Medicine Student Selected to Train in Applied Epidemiology at CDC

SUNY Downstate College of Medicine student Leslie Marino was selected to participate in The CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology Fellowship for physicians-in-training at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). More

 
 

[September 12, 2008]

Dr. Moro O. Salifu Named Chief of Nephrology, Succeeding Dr. Eli A. Friedman:

Dr. Friedman Will Serve as Director of Academic Development in Department of Medicine

Moro O. Salifu, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, has been named chief of the Division of Nephrology in SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s Department of Medicine. More

 
 

[September 11, 2008]

SUNY Downstate’s Dr. Patricia Kavanagh Assists Iraqi Physicians in Ramadi: 

Dr. Kavanagh Attends First Conference Held in Anbar Province in Five Years

Patricia Kavanagh, MD, assistant professor of neurology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, was one of two U.S.-based physicians traveling to Al-Anbar Province in Iraq this summer to participate in a medical teaching conference for the benefit of Iraqi healthcare workers. More

 
 

[September 5, 2008]

Men Over 40 Urged to Get Prostate Screening: 

Downstate Offering Free Screenings Sep. 15 - 18

Men, wouldn't you be relieved to know that your prostate is in good health? More

 
 

[August 20, 2008]

SUNY Downstate is First in City to Implant New Cardiac Device:
New Defibrillator is Smallest, Thinnest

The cardiac team at SUNY Downstate Medical Center recently performed the first implantation in New York City of the world’s smallest, thinnest defibrillator device. More

 
 

[August 15, 2008]

Dr. Gerald Soff Honored by Israel Cancer Research Fund

The Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) presented Gerald A. Soff, MD, chief of the Division of Hematology and Oncology, with the organization’s Elliott Osserman Award for Distinguished Service in Support of Cancer Research. More

 
 

[August 15, 2008]

Dr. William Solomon Receives Award from Commission on Cancer:

Recognized for Outstanding Performance as Cancer Liaison Physician

The Commission on Cancer, a program of the American College of Surgeons, has awarded William B. Solomon, MD, its 2008 Cancer Liaison Physician Outstanding Performance Award. More

 
 

[August 13, 2008]

Downstate Fellow Selected for Young Scientist Honor

Andrey Pisarev, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, has been selected as a finalist for the 2008 New York Academy of Sciences’ Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists.More

 
 

[July 31, 2008]

Three Downstate Faculty Members Receive Chancellor’s Award for Excellence:

Drs. Sharon Glick, Dawn Morton-Rias, and Christopher Roman

Three SUNY Downstate Medical Center faculty members have received 2008 Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence. More

 
 

[July 21, 2008]

Two Downstate Faculty Promoted to Highest SUNY Rank:

Drs. Joan Cracco and Ellen Ginzler Named SUNY Distinguished Professors for Service and Teaching

Two faculty physicians at SUNY Downstate Medical Center have been named distinguished professor, the highest academic rank within the State University of New York. More

 
 

[July 18, 2008]

DOWNSTATE STUDENT SELECTED BY HOWARD HUGHES PROGRAM

SUNY Downstate student Lillian Guenther was among 42 medical students selected to participate in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute-National Institutes of Health Research Scholars Program. More

 
 

[July 10, 2008]

DOWNSTATE PARTNERS WITH SOUTH AFRICAN AIDS PROGRAM

SUNY Downstate’s HIV Center for Women and Children has received a grant for $160,000 from the American International Health Alliance to establish a “twinning partnership” with the Centre for Health Systems Research & Development at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. More

 
 

[June 26, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Student to be NIH/Fogarty Fellow in Thailand

Noriyuki Murakami, a fourth-year student in SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s College of Medicine, has been awarded a fellowship by the National Institutes of Health/Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholars Program. More

 
 

[June 23, 2008]

The Pediatric Asthma Center of Excellence to Award College Scholarships to Graduating High School Asthma Patients

Stanley Fisher, MD, professor and chair of pediatrics, The Children’s Hospital at Downstate, announced today that the Department of Pediatrics Asthma Center of Excellence will award college scholarships to Jurrell Rodgers and Kyron Galvez, graduating Brooklyn high school students who will be attending college in the fall. More

 
 

[June 12, 2008]

DEAN DAWN MORTON-RIAS HONORED BY ASHE INSTITUTE

The Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health recently honored Dawn Morton-Rias, EdD, PA-C, dean of the College of Health Related Professions at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, at its 14th Annual Sportsball. More

 
 

[May 27, 2008]

MEDICAL STUDENTS EXCEL AT SUNY DOWNSTATE

Medical students at SUNY Downstate Medical Center scored a perfect pass rate (100 percent) on the most recent Step One medical licensure exams, also known as the Shelf exams or “boards.” More

 
 

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[March 7, 2006]

SUNY DOWNSTATE FACULTY MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS TO “BRIDGING HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES” CONFERENCE

SUNY Downstate Medical Center is assisting the Multicultural Healthcare Education Foundation and the Congressional Black Caucus sponsor the “Bridging Healthcare Disparities: Getting Healthy and Living Well in the Black Community” conference on Friday, March 10. More

 
 

[May 7, 2008]

Downstate Heart Surgery Chief Dr. Wilson Ko to be Given Ellis Island Award

Wilson Ko, MD, professor and chief of cardiothoracic surgery at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, will be presented the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor during a ceremony on the island Saturday, May 10, 2008. More

 
 

[May 1, 2008]

Dean Dawn Morton-Rias to be a Summer Fulbright Senior Specialist at University of Haifa

Dawn Morton-Rias, EdD, PA-C, dean of SUNY Downstate’s College of Health Related Professions, has been selected for a Fulbright Senior Specialists project at the University of Haifa in Israel this summer. More

 
 

[April 25, 2008]

The Best and the Brightest:

Two Downstate Students Earn SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence

Two students from Downstate Medical Center, one from the College of Medicine and the other from the College of Health Related Professions, were among the select group chosen to receive this year’s SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. More

 
 

[April 25, 2008]

Challenging Subject of Research on Children to be Addressed at Downstate

SUNY Downstate Medial Center's Division of Humanities in Medicine will hold a conference on medical research on children -- "Ethical Dilemmas in Research Involving Children: 'Damned If You Do or Don't'" -- on Tuesday, April 29, 8:30 - 4:30 p.m., in the Alumni Auditorium, 395 Lenox Road, Brooklyn, New York. More

 
 

[April 23, 2008]

Public Health Great Donald A. Henderson and Nursing Research Leader Patricia Grady to Speak at Commencement

Public health pioneer Donald A. Henderson, MD, MPH, who directed the successful global campaign to eradicate smallpox, and Patricia Grady, PhD, RN, director of the National Institute of Nursing Research, will be the speakers at commencement ceremonies of SUNY Downstate Medical Center on Wednesday, May 28, 2008 at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan. More

 
 

[April 21, 2008]

University Hospital of Brooklyn Promotes Message of Healing and Cultural Diversity During National Hospital Week:

Holds Annual Cultural Health Fair May 17

Hospitals are compassionate places that provide culturally diverse health care and promote community well-being. That’s the message SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s University Hospital of Brooklyn is sending during National Hospital Week 2008. More

 
 

[April 18, 2008]

Performing Artists Join in Celebrating Downstate:

June 14 Gala to Benefit Medical Research

Hip-hop giant LL Cool J and actor Steven R. Schirripa, best known for his role on the “Sopranos,” have joined the growing list of celebrities attending the Celebrate Downstate Gala on June 14. More

 
 

[April 18, 2008]

Study Suggests Ethnicity May Affect Sleep Patterns in Women:

Study Represents the Basis for Future Research Into Insomnia Among Women From Different Cultures

An estimated 25 percent of adults suffer from insomnia—women more so than men—and for many, a drink or sleeping pill is the answer to a good night’s sleep. More

 
 

[April 14, 2008]

SUNY DOWNSTATE SCIENTIST HONORED BY RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Dr. Todd Sacktor Recognized for Finding Molecule that Sustains Memory

SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s Todd Sacktor, MD, was among twenty faculty members from SUNY campuses around the state honored for their groundbreaking research at a recent awards dinner in Albany. More

 
 

[April 9, 2008]

SUNY Downstate Medical Center to Launch School of Public Health Initiative:
School will be First at a Public University in NYC

SUNY Downstate Medical Center inaugurates its new School of Public Health Initiative during a ceremony on the Brooklyn campus on Friday April 11, becoming the first School of Public Health at a public university in New York City. More

 
 

[March 31, 2008]

Study Suggests Ethnicity May Affect Sleep Patterns in Women:

Study Represents the Basis for Future Research Into Insomnia Among Women From Different Cultures

An estimated 25 percent of adults suffer from insomnia—women more so than men—and for many, a drink or sleeping pill is the answer to a good night’s sleep. More

 
 

[March 28 ,2008]

Downstate Medical Students Get Good News on Match Day :

Nearly Two Hundred Students Learn Location of Their Residency

For millions of Americans, March is best known for the NCAA college basketball tournament, “March Madness.” But for thousands of graduating medical school students, March is better known for “Match Day,” when they learn where they will spend their years of residency training. More

 
 

[March 19 ,2008]

SUNY Downstate Opens New Sleep Disorders Center

The National Commission on Sleep Disorders Research has found that as many as 40 million Americans suffer from various sleep disorders and that the consequences are diverse, serious, and sometimes catastrophic.  More

 
 

[March 18 ,2008]

Downstate’s History of Achievement to be Celebrated 

June 14 Banquet to Benefit Medical Research

A gala banquet to celebrate Downstate Medical Center’s proud history of achievement will be held June 14 at the Vanderbilt at South Beach, Staten Island. More

 
 

[March 17 ,2008]

SUNY Downstate Rolls Out Electronic Health Record System

Centralized Patient Information Enhances Patient Care, Facilitates Operations, Improves Research

SUNY Downstate Medical Center has begun a multi-year journey to deploy a sophisticated Electronic Health Record (EHR) to enhance patient care and safety, facilitate clinical research, and optimize operations for University Hospital of Brooklyn (UHB) and its community. More

 
 

[March 17 ,2008]

SUNY Researcher Issued Patent for Virtual Telemicroscope

Telemicroscope System Capable of Emailing Electronic Slides

After nearly ten years of research and development, scientists at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn and Peking University in Beijing were awarded a United States patent for their virtual telemicroscope. More

 
 

[March 15,2008]

SUNY Downstate Medical Center Fights Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is easy enough to detect and treat. It develops from polyps that can be removed before they become cancerous. More

 
 

[February 22,2008]

SUNY Downstate Medical Center Offers Robotic Surgery to Treat Prostate Cancer: Less Pain, Quicker Recovery

BROOKLYN – SUNY Downstate Medical Center offers Brooklynites and New Yorkers the most advanced care for prostate cancer patients using the da Vinci Surgical System. More

 
 

[February 11,2008]

Largest Emergency medicine association honors Dr. Joel Gernsheimer as a ‘Hero of Emergency Medicine’

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) recognized Joel Gernsheimer, MD, FACEP, as a “Hero of Emergency Medicine” recently. More

 
 

[February 8,2008]

WEAR RED DAY OBSERVED AT SUNY DOWNSTATE

In support of women's heart disease awareness, faculty and staff at SUNY Downstate Medical Center recently dressed in red to celebrate National Wear Red Day. More

 
 

[January 16,2008]

EXPERTS GATHER TO DISCUSS MAKING NEW YORK SAFER

Experts from New York and across the nation gathered recently to discuss how better to prepare New York City and State from a terrorist attack or natural disaster, at the first major conference held by Protect New York, a professional society originated in 2006 at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. More

 
 

[January 9,2008]

SUNY DOWNSTATE TO RECEIVE FUNDS FROM STEM CELL INITIATIVE

SUNY Downstate Medical Center is among 25 institutions statewide receiving funds from the state’s new $600 million-dollar initiative to study stem cells. More

 
 

[January 7,2008]

CONFERENCE ON TERROR AND DISASTER RESPONSE, JAN. 10 & 11

How prepared is New York for another terrorist attack or major disaster? Protect New York, an organization founded at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 2006, will explore that question at a two-day conference addressing ways to safeguard New York City and New York State. More

 
 

[January 3,2008]

MUSEUM CHILDREN SPREAD GOODWILL AMONG PEDIATRIC PATIENTS AT SUNY DOWNSTATE MEDICAL CENTER

An act of kindness toward someone who is sick or hospitalized during the holidays is often the best medicine. This season, young patients at SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital were thrilled to receive holiday get-well cards made for them by youngsters at the Jewish Children’s Museum. More

 
 

[December 31, 2007]

SENIORS GIVE NEWBORNS FIRST HOLIDAY GIFTS

It was not three kings but eight women from the Christopher Blenman Senior Center in Crown Heights who brought holiday gifts for newborns and their mothers at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. More

 
 

[December 10, 2007]

LOW-CARB DIET REDUCES INFLAMMATION AND BLOOD SATURATED FAT IN METABOLIC SYNDROME

Metabolic syndrome is a condition afflicting one quarter to one third of adult men and women and is an established pre-cursor to diabetes, coronary heart disease, and other serious illnesses. More

 
 

[November 30, 2007]

MEDICAL GIANT REMAINS MODEST ABOUT HIS PLACE IN HISTORY
Dr. Irving Kroop Discusses America’s First Hemodialysis

Dr. Irving Kroop was warmly greeted when he visited SUNY Downstate Medical Center in late November to present the guest lecture at Renal Grand Rounds, a gathering of physicians and medical students who learn by hearing case histories. More

 
 

[November 14, 2007]

SUNY DOWNSTATE FACULTY MEMBERS RECEIVE HONORS

Distinguished Professors and Chancellor’s Award Winners Recognized

A special reception was held recently at SUNY Downstate Medical Center to celebrate those faculty members newly honored by the State University of New York Board of Trustees with the title of distinguished professor, the highest academic rank conferred by the University, and also those faculty who received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. More

 
 

[October 24, 2007]

BROOKLYN LAWMAKERS “RESIDENT FOR A DAY” AT DOWNSTATE

Legislators Look at Role Teaching Hospitals Play in Healthcare System

Wearing the physician’s traditional white coat, two Brooklyn lawmakers, Assemblyman Karim Camara and City Councilman Mathieu Eugene, got first hand experience of the rigors that medical residents face daily at a top medical center during a tour of the facilities at SUNY Downstate Medical Center on Thursday October 18, 2007. More

 
 

[October 24, 2007]

BROOKLYN HEALTH REPORT TO BE PRESENTED NOV. 1

New Report Examines Underlying Causes

Defying the notion that poverty, lack of health insurance, and other socioeconomic factors alone contribute to health disparities in disadvantaged communities, a new report by researchers at SUNY Downstate Medical Center reveals that how people view their health and what they do to improve it may be equally important in determining health outcomes. More

 
 

[October 17, 2007]

SUNY DOWNSATE JOINS THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER

American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk Set for Sunday, October 21st In Prospect Park

Hope starts in Brooklyn on Sunday, October 21. That’s when thousands of moms, dads, children, grandparents, co-workers, breast cancer survivors, and their loved ones will join the fight against breast cancer by walking in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Brooklyn. More

 
 

[October 4, 2007]

SECOND “DINE & LEARN HEALTHY WOMEN SYMPOSIUM” NOV 9th

Downstate and Partners to Provide Health Talks, Screenings and Dinner

To help women make healthy choices, SUNY Downstate Medical Center has partnered with The Brooklyn Tabernacle Medical and Women Ministries to present the second “Dine & Learn Healthy Women Symposium” to educate them on various health issues vital to their physical wellbeing. Other partners include the American Cancer Society (Brooklyn), Diaspora Community Services, and the Center for Women’s Development at Medgar Evers College/CUNY. More

 
 

[September 28, 2007]

DR. JEANNE MAGER STELLMAN JOINS SUNY DOWNSTATE

An Authority on Occupational Safety, Women’s Health, Agent Orange, and 9/11

Jeanne Mager Stellman, PhD, an international authority on occupational health and safety, as well as women's health, has been appointed professor of preventive medicine and community health at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. More

 
 

[September 21, 2007]

TWO NEW GRANTS TO STUDY RISK-REDUCTION AND RELATED ISSUES

Scyatta A. Wallace, Ph.D., assistant professor of preventive medicine and community health and member of the HIV Center for Women and Children at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, has received two grants addressing critical community health issues. More

 
 

[September 10, 2007]

FREE PROSTATE SCREENINGS SEP. 17 TO SEP 21

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. SUNY Downstate Medical Center will offer free prostate cancer screenings at various times and locations in Brooklyn from September 17-21. More

 
 

[August 17, 2007]

"MEMORY MOLECULE" STORES MEMORIES IN NEOCORTEX
PKMzeta Required for Memory to Endure

The memory storage molecule - PKMzeta - maintains long-term memories in the neocortex and its presence is continually required in order for the memory to endure, according to a finding by researchers at the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot, Israel and SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. More

 
 

[July 16, 2007]

EVIDENCE FOUND FOR NOVEL BRAIN CELL COMMUNICATION WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR EPILEPSY, PSYCHOSIS AND OTHER FIELDS
Discovery Suggests First New Model of Brain Function Since 1940s

An article published today, July 16, 2007, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences provides strong evidence for a novel type of communication between nerve cells in the brain. More

 
 

[June 26, 2007]

ROGER TRAUB WINS PRESTIGIOUS HUMBOLDT AWARD
Prize is Highest Award Given in Germany to Non-German Scientists

Roger D. Traub, MD, professor of physiology and pharmacology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, has been chosen to receive a Humboldt Research Award, the highest prize awarded in Germany to foreign scientists. More

 
 

[January 25, 2007]

FILM CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF GERALD W. DEAS DEBUTS AT SUNY DOWNSTATE

Although it may not be shown at a trendy film festival or even a local theater near you, IDEAS, the new film celebrating the life and times of Gerald W. Deas, MD, is certain to make a lasting impression on everyone who sees it. More
 

[January 16, 2007]

4000TH KIDNEY TRANSPLANT A MILESTONE FOR DOWNSTATE

Shortly before Christmas, a critically ill patient with end-stage renal disease arrived at SUNY Downstate Medical Center hoping for a miracle. He got his wish when surgeons at University Hospital of Brooklyn gave him a healthy new kidney, donated by a son he had not seen in years. More
 

[January 16, 2007]

SUNY DOWNSTATE’S STAR CENTER RECEIVES $4.4 MILLION GRANT

SUNY Downstate Medical Center’s STAR Health Center has received a five-year Ryan White Title III renewal grant totaling $4,443,580. More
 

[January 8, 2007]

Reduced Frontal-Lobe Activity and Impulsivity May Be Linked to Alcoholism Risk

A new study of brain processes provides support for the theory that increased impulsivity, or a lack of impulse control, is involved in a predisposition to developing many psychiatric disorders, including alcohol dependence. More
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