News Release

UB research on advanced Alzheimer's disease investigates novel ways to restore cognitive function (UB News Center, 2017)

Researchers unravel a link between a genetic mutation and autistic behaviors - and then find a way to undo it (UB News Center, 2015) (Bioscience Technology) (Science Daily) (Drug Discovery and Development)

Cell skeleton breakdown may spur autism symptoms in mice (Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative, 2015)

Autism 'Reversed' When Cellular Damage Caused By A Genetic Mutation Is Undone In Mice: Study (Medical Daily, 2015)

Females respond better to stress, thanks to estrogen, study says (Los Angeles Times, 2013)

New NARSAD Grantee Study: Why Women Respond Better to Stress (Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, formerly NARSAD, 2013)

Why do females respond better to stress? Estrogen in the brain (UB Reporter, 2013)

Why women cope better with stress than men: Oestrogen helps to block negative effects on the brain (England's Daily Mail, 2013)

Women Handle Stress Better? Estrogen May Be Why, New Study Suggests (Huffington Post, 2013)

How to Prevent Recurrent Stress from Damaging the Brain (Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, 2012)

Chronic Stress Affects Cognitive Ability, but How? (TopNews United States, 2012)

Constant Stress Linked to Memory Loss (UPenn, School of Medicine, 2012)

Teen stress may have deep impact (ABC Science, 2012)

What does chronic stress in adolescence mean at the molecular level? (Medicalxpress, 2012)

Chronic Stress In Adolescence (Medical News Today, 2012)

Chronic Stress in Youth Impairs Memory, May Cause Mental Illness (UB Reporter, 2012)

Short Stressful Events May Improve Working Memory (ScienceDaily, 2009)

Sharpened Under Pressure (Buffalo Physician, Winter 2010)

How Stress Messes With Your Memory (Women's Health, MSNBC.COM, Oct. 2010)

Stress Less, Accomplish More (Good Housekeeping, May 2010)

Molecular Neuroscience: Right time, right place (Nature Review Neuroscience, March 2009)

UB research reveals new drug pathway (UB Reporter, 2006)

Microtubules critical to development of mental disorders (UB Reporter, 2005)

Alzheimer's "middleman" found (UB Reporter, 2005)