Recently, researchers at Washington University, St. Louis made a significant breakthrough in developing a blood test for early indications of Alzheimer’s disease. But what exactly… Read More »A Blood Test for Alzheimer’s Disease? Breakthroughs and Limitations
Erika Dunn-Weiss is a neuroscience Ph.D. student. Besides neuroscience, she has a love for pottery, art therapy, mentorship, and her superhero dog named Milo.
Hanna Pickard, D.Phil., is a professor and chair of philosophy of psychology at the University of Birmingham, and is a recently announced Johns Hopkins Bloomberg… Read More »Responsibility Without Blame: An Interview with Philosopher Hanna Pickard
In 2012, the Advisory Committee to the Director Working Group on Diversity (ACDWGD) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) produced its first report. The… Read More »Underrepresented minority biomedical researchers: numbers, challenges and initiatives for change