Saturday, May 27, 2017
PittMed tells the story behind Gladwin's hunt for an antidote to carbon monoxide poisoning
Pure happenstance prompted Mark Gladwin, MD, to try a genetically engineered version of a molecule called neuroglobin, which the brain produces naturally.
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
How a baffling case of suicidal depression opened up a whole new set of treatment options
PittMed features physician-scientist Lisa Pan, MD, who discovered unexpected metabolic deficiencies in some of her depressed patients, for whom no previous treatments had worked.
Monday, May 22, 2017
Philadelphia Inquirer: How neurofeedback can help you think yourself out of depression
After success with fMRI, Kymberly Young, PhD, is studying whether comparable results are possible with electroencephalograms, which would be more affordable for broad use.