The award will support research on the unusual patterns of electrical and chemical activity that occur in the brain just before a migraine starts.
Using two-photon microscopy, KC Brennan, MD, and colleagues discovered unusual activity of the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamate in mice carrying a mutated gene identified from a family with inherited migraine.
Check out what our Adult Neurology Residents have been up to!
The University of Utah presents at the 46th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, November 12-16.
Special Event: Drs. Kathleen Digre and Caren Frost book signing. Tuesday, September 20th - 4:00pm. HSEB 1st Floor - Health Sciences Bookstore.
Faculty publications, awards, and research grants for 2015
Dr. Dustin Hammers discusses his study on the link between air pollution and decreased cognitive function
The Utah Parkinson Disease Registry (UPDR.org) was launched last week in an effort to understand an apparent rise in PD by 30 percent over the last ten years in Utah...