The new findings offer important insights into how and why the plaques form and may explain why genes associated with cholesterol have been linked to increased risk for Alzheimer’s.
Ali Güler at the University of Virginia has received funding
The University of Virginia’s Great and Good 2030 Plan identifies five priority areas for research: democracy, environmental resilience and sustainability, precision medicine, the brain an
The isolation caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been tough for most people, but it’s been particularly difficult for people with drug addictions.
The UVA findings could allow doctors to augment the immune system's natural response.
An improved form of positron-emission tomography detects glucose in the brain in an effort to prevent seizures.
UVA Children’s is one of 20 leading autism care centers joining the national
New research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine reveals why sleep can put people with epilepsy at increased risk of sudden death.
New research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine has shed light on the No.
An advanced imaging approach developed at the University of Virginia School of Medicine could let surgeons determine the best target in the brain to stop epilepsy seizures, new research s
New research has shed light on how autism-spectrum disorder manifests in the brains of girls, prompting the scientists to warn that conclusions drawn from studies conducted primarily in b
We are all pretty familiar with how our bodies sense what is going on in the outside world – what we see, hear, touch, taste or smell.
UVA researcher Sanchita Bhatnagar discovered that tiny bits of RNA, called microRNAs, play an important role in Rett, a rare genetic disorder that can impair children’s ability to speak,
There are few moments in life as precious, as critical and as celebrated as a baby’s first breath.