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AAA announces 2014 award winners in the field of anatomy

AAA announces 2014 award winners in the field of anatomy

The American Association of Anatomists is honored to announce its 2014 award winners. All awards will be presented during the Closing Awards Ceremony being held at the San Diego Marriott Hotel on Tuesday, April 29th at 7:30 p.m. during AAA's 2014 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology. [More]

Reverse Medical receives FDA IDE approval for BARREL Vascular Reconstruction Device

Reverse Medical Corporation today announced FDA IDE approval for clinical investigation of their BARREL Vascular Reconstruction Device (VRD). The BARREL Vascular Reconstruction Device is designed for use with occlusive devices in the treatment of intracranial bifurcation aneurysms. [More]

Study suggests nestin+ cholinergic neurons may have closer connection to olfactory bulb neurons

Dr. Yuhong Zhao and co-workers from Sun Yat-sen University in China explored the projection of nestin+ neurons to the olfactory bulb and the time course of nestin+ neurons in the medial septum-diagonal band of Broca in adult rats during injury recovery after olfactory nerve transection. [More]
Loyola offers patients the most advanced PET/CT scanner

Loyola offers patients the most advanced PET/CT scanner

Loyola University Medical Center is now offering patients the most advanced PET/CT scanner on the market. The state-of-the-art system is improving the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, heart disease, epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease and other conditions. [More]

Study: Ginsenoside Rb1 attenuates neuronal damage following cerebral ischemia

Activated microglia-mediated inflammation promotes neuronal damage under cerebral hypoxic-ischemic conditions, so it is likely that inhibiting hypoxia-induced activation of microglia will alleviate neuronal damage. [More]
Researchers receive President of Ireland Young Researcher Award from Science Foundation Ireland

Researchers receive President of Ireland Young Researcher Award from Science Foundation Ireland

President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, has today received three recipients of the Science Foundation Ireland, President of Ireland Young Researcher Award (PIYRA) at áras an Uachtaráin. [More]
Neuroscientists find lateral habenula of brain controls sensitivity to negative effects of drinking alcohol

Neuroscientists find lateral habenula of brain controls sensitivity to negative effects of drinking alcohol

​As recovering spring breakers are regretting binge drinking escapades, it may be hard for them to appreciate that there is a positive side to the nausea, sleepiness, and stumbling. [More]

Aspartic acid in hippocampus may be biomarker for predicting occurrence of cognitive dysfunction

Postoperative cognitive dysfunction is the deterioration of cognitive performance after anesthesia and surgery, and manifests as impairments in short-term memory, concentration, language comprehension, and social integration skills. [More]
Researchers review influence of lipid rafts on progression of Alzheimer's disease

Researchers review influence of lipid rafts on progression of Alzheimer's disease

Research over decades has implicated aberrant autophagy and lysosomal function as reliable markers and therapeutic targets for neurodegenerative diseases. [More]
Shimadzu announces FDA approval for new digital angiography systems

Shimadzu announces FDA approval for new digital angiography systems

Shimadzu Medical Systems USA has announced that a new digital angiography system family has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These are the ceiling-mounted Trinias, the floor-mounted Trinias, and the Biplane models. [More]
Scientists develop new method to deliver cancer-fighting drugs directly to milk ducts

Scientists develop new method to deliver cancer-fighting drugs directly to milk ducts

One of every eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer. Though the incidence of breast cancer began decreasing in 2000, it is still the second-leading cause of cancer death in women. [More]
Research report on the global dental diagnostic and surgical equipment market

Research report on the global dental diagnostic and surgical equipment market

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the International Dental Diagnostic and Surgical Equipment Market" report to their offering. [More]
Sea lions exposed to toxin in algae develop form of epilepsy that is similar to humans

Sea lions exposed to toxin in algae develop form of epilepsy that is similar to humans

California sea lions exposed to a toxin in algae develop a form of epilepsy that is similar to one in humans, according to a new study led by Stanford University School of Medicine researchers. [More]

Medrobotics’ Flex System receives CE mark

Medrobotics Corp., a medical robotics company, announced today that the Company received the CE mark for the Flex System and will initiate a limited commercial launch of the product in select European markets. [More]
University of Chicago/ MBL announce first two recipients of Frank R. Lillie Research Innovation Awards

University of Chicago/ MBL announce first two recipients of Frank R. Lillie Research Innovation Awards

​The University of Chicago and the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) today announced the first two recipients of the Frank R. Lillie Research Innovation Awards. [More]

Covidien launches Symbotex composite mesh to perform surgical laparoscopic, open ventral hernia repairs

Further strengthening its broad line of hernia repair products, Covidien plc (NYSE: COV) today announced the U.S. launch of Symbotex™ composite mesh, an innovative product designed to make it easier for surgeons to perform surgical laparoscopic and open ventral hernia repairs. [More]
Six in every ten serious heart defects in foetuses go undetected in ultrasound scans

Six in every ten serious heart defects in foetuses go undetected in ultrasound scans

Over six in every ten serious heart defects in foetuses go undetected in the ultrasound scans given to all pregnant women. According to research at Linköping University in Sweden, one reason why malformations are not found is obesity in the expectant mother. [More]
Scientists honored for orthopedic breakthroughs at 2014 AAOS Annual Meeting

Scientists honored for orthopedic breakthroughs at 2014 AAOS Annual Meeting

The Kappa Delta Sorority and the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation presented four research awards today to scientists who are performing research that translates to improvements in patient treatment and care. [More]

FDA clears Toshiba’s CT Myocardial Perfusion technology

To improve cardiac diagnoses with simplified dose reduction technology, Toshiba announces the FDA clearance of its industry-exclusive CT Myocardial Perfusion capability. Available on Toshiba's AquilionTM ONE and Aquilion ONE ViSION Edition CT systems. [More]
Elsevier launches medical reference and learning platforms for clinicians, students

Elsevier launches medical reference and learning platforms for clinicians, students

Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of the fully redesigned Expert Consult and Student Consult, its two medical reference and learning platforms, now powered by Inkling, the creator of engaging, intuitive digital books for some of the world's most respected publishers. [More]