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Alzheimer’s study may link blood pressure, wandering

Alzheimer’s study may link blood pressure, wandering

Published Oct 24, 2011

A doctoral student in nursing hopes her research will resolve questions related to blood pressure and wandering in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Read more

Drink now, pay later?

Drink now, pay later?

Published Jul 5, 2011

Linda Spear's research demonstrates that the adolescent brain responds differently to alcohol than the adult brain, and in ways that seem to promote “binge” drinking. Read more

A flash of insight

A flash of insight

Published Apr 28, 2011

Binghamton chemist Christof Grewer has pioneered the use of lasers to study tiny proteins in the brain. Read more

Taking aim at tumors

Taking aim at tumors

Published Mar 15, 2011

Binghamton University researchers are contributing to a body of knowledge that may one day lead to targeted cancer treatments. Read more

Binghamton to host rural health conference

Binghamton to host rural health conference

Published Mar 3, 2011

The Bi-Annual International Rural Nursing and Health Conference will be held in Binghamton from Oct. 13-15, and organizers are seeking proposals from researchers who would like to present their research. Read more

Computer scientist may advance medicine, entertainment, security

Computer scientist may advance medicine, entertainment, security

Published Mar 1, 2011

Computer scientist Lijun Yin’s research could shake up fields as diverse as education, healthcare, entertainment and homeland security. Read more

360 view: Susannah Gal’s laboratory

360 view: Susannah Gal’s laboratory

Published Feb 14, 2011

Biologist Susannah Gal collaborates with chemist Susan Bane on research that may lead to better cancer treatments. Here’s a peek inside her laboratory. Read more