Cordell Institute to take on issues of ethics, policy in data-driven health care and beyond

Institute will work at intersection of science, medicine, ethics and law From the WashU Newsroom… Precision medicine is an approach that allows doctors to more accurately treat and prevent disease by taking into consideration a patient’s data, such as his or her genetics, diet, environment and lifestyle. This approach provides a more individualized path of […]

WashU weekly Neuroscience publications

Common genetic contributions to high-risk trauma exposure and self-injurious thoughts and behaviors (2018) Psychological Medicine, pp. 1-10. Article in Press.  Richmond-Rakerd, L.S.a b , Trull, T.J.b , Gizer, I.R.b , McLaughlin, K.b , Scheiderer, E.M.b c , Nelson, E.C.d , Agrawal, A.d , Lynskey, M.T.e , Madden, P.A.F.d , Heath, A.C.d , Statham, D.J.f , Martin, N.G.g  a Department of Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA b Department of Psychological Sciences, University […]

Conference to focus on early brain development, social outcomes

Universitywide initiative explores intersection of neuroscience and societal issues From the WashU Newsroom… In recent years, research has emerged detailing the detrimental effects of poverty and stress on early brain development. Such societal ills can reshape the human brain and cause lifelong problems in behavior, learning, physical health and mental wellbeing. To explore these connections, Washington […]