Two new studies involving a newly identified gene show that Alzheimer’s disease could be diagnosed as much as 20 years before symptoms develop.
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After three years of winter luaus, Lily’s Fund can support a new researcher in epilepsy. This year’s January 15 fundraiser netted $64,000 to bring epilepsy into the spotlight.
School of Nursing faculty and staff had their first look February 25 at schematic designs for the School’s new building, which features a two-story atrium, 300-seat auditorium; wired, interactive classrooms, and simulation labs.
Led by museum director Russell Panczenko, visitors donned hard hats and sensible shoes for a tour of the Chazen Museum of Art expansion. Completion is slated for late summer with grand opening celebrations in October.
An interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to fund research into creating synthetic genome “foundries.”