Paul Govern

Stroke symposium set for May 12

The 25th Annual Vanderbilt Neurology Stroke and Neuroscience Symposium will be held May 12 as a hybrid event, in person at the Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Vanderbilt and online.

The study could suggest ways to promote the transport of phospholipids and cholesterol out of macrophages, immune system cells that play key roles in all stages of atherosclerosis development.

Reminders for clinicians improve prescribing for high cholesterol

A Vanderbilt study found that automated targeted reminders for clinicians helped increase prescribing of high intensity statins for patients with various atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease diagnoses, including coronary or peripheral artery disease and ischemic stroke.

Survey finds patients value immediate access to test results

A survey sent to more than 43,000 patients living in several states around the country finds that 96% of patients who use patient web portals prefer immediate online access to their clinical test results.

Online course seeks to address opioid deaths in adolescents

Vanderbilt is providing a short online course for educators that seeks to address opioid overdose deaths among adolescents.

Sex counts in the brain as seasons change

Photoperiod, or length of day, has sex-specific impacts on dopamine dynamics in the brain, offering insights into sex differences in neuropsychiatric disorders, Vanderbilt researchers report.

Global study tracks brain infection in people with HIV

A Vanderbilt study is shedding new light on the incidence and mortality of cryptococcal meningitis among people with HIV

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