Click here to read about the work being done by Emory researchers as they seek ways to help make the lives of those who are living longer better. Page 24 includes information about the work being done by Dr. William M. McDonald, J.B. Fuqua Chair for Lte-Life Depression, whose research specializes in neuro-modulation therapies for elderly patients.
- Combination Of Hearing And Vision Loss May Be Tied To Increased Risk Of Mental Decline, Dementia, Study Suggests
- Manualized Form Of Behavioral Psychotherapy May Increase Social Connection, Reduce Suicide Risk In Later Life, Small Study Indicates
- Study Examines Long-Term Effects Of Cholinesterase Inhibitors On Patients With Alzheimer’s Dementia
- Microbleeds In Brains Of People With Parkinson’s Disease By MRI Scans Associated With Cognitive Decline, Study Finds
- A Third Of COVID-19 Survivors Receive A Diagnosis For Psychiatric Or Neurological Illness Within Six Months Of Their Infection, Research Suggests