The sense of smell might seem intuitive, almost something you take for granted. But researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center have found that memory of specific odors depends on the ability of the brain to learn, process and recall accurately and effectively during slow-wave sleep — a deep sleep characterized by slow brain waves.
Blocking Key Signaling Chemical in the Immune System Stalls Chronic Inflammation and Insulin Resistance Tied to Obesity
Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center have found that blocking the action of a key signaling molecule in the immune system known as Netrin-1 stalls chronic inflammation and insulin resistance tied to obesity and often derived from fatty diets.
NYU Langone Medical Center’s Steven J. Burden, PhD, and Oliver Sacks, MD, Elected 2013 Fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
NIH Awards $10 Million Grant To NYU Langone Medical Center To Study Management Of Ischemic Heart Disease In Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease