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This morning, the Lasker Foundation announced that two scientists, one a European Dana Alliance member and the other a Dana Alliance member, will share the 2014 Lasker~DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award. The award recognizes the work of Alim Louis Benabid … Continue reading
This Saturday in New York City, the New York Academy of Medicine is holding its daylong Performing Medicine Festival. The wide assortment of events include a creative blend of music, dance, and storytelling, with lessons about diseases and disorders. From … Continue reading
Mahlon DeLong, a Dana Alliance member, won a $3 million prize for defining the interlocking circuits in the brain that malfunction in Parkinson’s disease.
A new story on using varied forms of brain stimulation to ease symptoms of Parkinson’s and of depression builds on earlier work.