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Seeing Cancer | Digital Outlook
by the military also work in the war against cancer? ... It appears to be the first contrast agent to mark cancer cells universally — breast, prostate, liver, brain, colon, leukemia and lymphoid cancers, even metastatic cells.
https://outlook.wustl.edu/2014/aug/seeing-cancer/

Diversity Dictionary - Students
The concept that all brains operate in different ways, and no two brains are exactly the same. ... Broadly, neurodiversity acknowledges that all people are unique as a result of biological differences within the brain.
https://students.wustl.edu/diversity-dictionary/

Research Innovations History | Computer Science & Engineering at WashU
the university to gain access to advanced computational resources needed to support a variety of demanding research activities, including projects in brain mapping, computational microscopy and DNA mapping and sequencing. ... The resulting distributed
https://cse.wustl.edu/about/research-innovations-history.html

Promise the future | Digital Outlook
5. The idea of a brain-computer interface has been a flagship technology and scientific endeavor of the CINT. ... Leuthardt and his colleagues are developing advanced techniques to locate and preserve critical areas of brain function.
https://outlook.wustl.edu/2013/feb/promise-the-future/

Controlled Substances Agreement - Students
Inappropriate use of controlled substances can have adverse effects on breathing which can lead to brain damage or death. ... Combining medications and drugs, such as benzodiazepines, narcotics and/or alcohol can have additive effects which can also lead
https://students.wustl.edu/controlled-substances-agreement/

Sporadic ALS
Military service (World War II): 1.26x to 2.03x. 58.. ... 1870 Fritsch and Hitzig: Identify the cortical motor strip of the brain by electrical stimulation.
https://neuromuscular.wustl.edu/spinal/als.htm

News | The Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network
Andres Martin, a 31-year-old Marine, is being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for a rare form of. ... Brain & Life, American Academy of Neurology, October/November 2018. July 18, 2018.
https://dian.wustl.edu/news/page/6/

Myoglobinuria; Rhabdomyolysis
Chronic (hours): Due to sedation. Alcohol. Opiates. Sedatives. Overactivity. Exercise: Military training;Hyperthermia. ... Cyanosis. Late features. Edema: Muscle; Brain. Cardiac arrest. Renal failure. Disseminated intravascular coagulation.
https://neuromuscular.wustl.edu/msys/myoglob.html

Mindfulness and Meditation - Students
The TED Talk by Sara Lazar, PhD, explains how meditation can reshape our brains. ... Brushing your teeth: We often let our brain go into autopilot mode when we’re brushing our teeth.
https://students.wustl.edu/mindfulness-and-meditation/

The Amazing Dr. Jaffe - Common Reader
His psychological evaluation Okawa Shumei, the only non-military Japanese figure on trial in 1946, was literally a matter of life and death. ... American military’s memory of those effects and does credit its attempt to learn from those horrific Great
https://commonreader.wustl.edu/c/amazing-dr-jaffe/