Articles from 2014

Midwest Postdoctoral Symposium

An excellent model for a regional collaboration among postdocs.

Health information for older adults

Social work doctoral student helps an aging population learn about HIV risks.

Violence in Eastern Circle

Catina Bacote provides accounts of life in a New Haven housing project in 1980s and 1990s.

Postdoc seeks answers about muscular dystrophy

Matthew Goddeeris examines how the interaction between the protein dystroglycan and the enzyme LARGE could help prevent muscular dystrophy.

Name that song (title)

Ever had one of those moments? You're joyfully humming along to a song, but you can't remember its name. Why is the title slipping your mind?

More than memory

The hippocampus is no longer just for memory.

UI grad students sweep MAGS Awards

Kaylia Duncan and Anna Lynch each won the 2014 Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools (MAGS) Distinguished Thesis Award.

Arrested development: How brain damage impairs moral judgment

Would you lie on your income tax return to save money for your struggling family? Moral judgment calls like this one help weave the fabric of a civilized society.