Read article – James Stahl, associate professor of medicine, comments on a study researching the link between stress hormones and cardiovascular events. Stahl, who was not involved in the study, states that more research is needed to ascertain who may benefit from measuring urinary stress hormones as a way of screening for cardiovascular events.
Articles by: Geisel Communications
Read article – Continued coverage of Lisa Marsch, professor of psychiatry, about the use of the app reSET-O in treating opioid addiction. reSET-O is the only program of its kind with FDA approval. “So, you’re actually getting a clinical-grade intervention via software,” Marsch said. (Similar coverage in WCAX and many others.)
Read article – Quotes Anne Hoen, associate professor of epidemiology, and Anne Sosin ’02, a policy fellow at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, in an article about the progression of public health policies in Vermont as the pandemic continues. “What we are experiencing with this virus is epidemic waves with exponential growth at times. That pattern calls for aggressive public health intervention,” said Hoen.
Read article – Quotes Lisa Marsch, professor of psychiatry, in a video about how a hospital has begun prescribing an app, reSET-O, as round-the-clock care for addiction therapy. “These digital treatments can provide care that is sometimes as good as or better than clinician delivered therapy,” said Marsch. (Picked up by WCAX and many others.)
Read article – Quotes Kendall Hoyt, assistant professor of medicine, in an article about the role and perception of vaccines during World War II in the U.S. “There was a sense towards science, in that postwar era, that we were living in a time of miracles and wonder,” said Hoyt.
Read article – A feature story on Jason McLellan, a former faculty member at the Geisel School of Medicine, about his research in vaccine design that led to the fast development of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Read article – An article featuring a report co-authored by Geisel Medical School authors about COVID-19 protocols during the SpaceX launch.
Read article – Quotes Tina Foster, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, in an article about the need for more precise communication in operating rooms. “There’s a little bit of mental energy that goes into trying to wonder what you’re actually being asked to do, and if you had that mental energy better able to focus on the task itself, that would be great,” Foster said.
Read article – Continued coverage of research by Robert Quon, Guarini ’22, that found that listening to a Mozart sonata for at least 30 seconds may be associated with less frequent spikes of certain electrical activity in the brains of people whose epilepsy does not respond to medication.