- Professor Barbara Sahakian is interiewed on The Forum on Sunday, 7th April 2013 at 12:50 PM
Professor Barbara Sahakian is joined by theoretical physicist Michio Kaku and author Karen Lord on The Forum, as part of the BBC World Service's 'What if' season.
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- Dr Andrew Mayers on Children's Sleep Workshops on Thursday, 14th March 2013 at 1:40 PM
Dr Andrew Mayers holds children's sleep workshops in various schools in the Bournemouth area. Below are a list of media links:
More information about Dr Mayers work can be found on his website, www.andrewmayers.info
- Professor Barbara Sahakian on the correlation between physical and mental health on Friday, 1st March 2013 at 11:45 AM
Professor Barbara Sahakian presents her latest findings on the correlation between physical and mental health.
Below are links to press articles on the findings:
- Prioritizing Your Mental Health (Ivanhoe, 18.02.13)
- Mental Health Important For Maintaining A Healthy Body (RedOrbit, 18.02.13)
- Mental Health Checkups as Important as Annual Physicals (PsychCentral.com, 18.02.13)
- Mental health as important as physical health (Times of India, 18.02.13)
- Mental health just as important as physical health
(Big News Network.com, 18.02.13)
- Researchers Address the Importance of Exercise for Mental Health
- Brain health just as important as physical health
- Secrets to keeping your brain fit (Video)
- Prioritize mental health the way we do physical health
(Science Codex, 17.02.13)
- Get your brain fit (Phys.Org, 17.02.13)
- Ciaran Regan collaborates on book, 'Intoxication and Society' on Thursday, 21st February 2013 at 11:10 AM
'Intoxication and Society' is an analysis of drugs and alcohol in society from the perspective of four areas of expertise - law, history, sociology and neuropharmacology, published by Palgrave Macmillan. Edited by Jonathan Herring, Ciaran Regan, Darin Weinberg and Phil Withington.
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- Marie-Christine Pardon of the University of Nottingham releases study on exercise and Alzheimer's on Friday, 1st February 2013 at 4:46 PM
Researchers identify stress hormone produced during moderate exercise that may protect the brain from memory changes related to Alzheimer's.
Below are links to press articles on the study:
- ‘Exercise pill’ hope to beat Alzheimer’s (Daily Express, 25.01.13)
- How a brisk walk a day could keep Alzheimer’s at bay (Mail on Sunday, 24.01.13)
- Alzheimer’s: Walking each day can help stave off symptoms (Mirror, 25.01.13)
- Exercise slows down Alzheimer’s disease (Nottingham Post, 25.01.13)
- Exercise shows Alzheimer memory loss (Irish Health, 26.01.13)
- Daily brisk stroll can help stave off Alzheimer’s symptoms (The Hindu, India, 26.01.13)
- Exercise can slow onset of Alzheimer’s memory loss: Scientists identify link (Science Daily, 24.01.13)
- Exercise can slow onset of Alzheimer’s memory loss (Medicalxpress.com, 24.01.13)
- Exercise can slow onset of Alzheimer’s memory loss (Health Canal, 24.01.13)
- Carmine Pariante leads study to find why antidepressants work better for some on Friday, 1st February 2013 at 1:32 PM
Biological markers in the blood should help doctors match patients to the best type of treatment for depression.
- SAGE Insight: on Friday, 11th January 2013 at 11:40 AM
The failure of the antidepressant drug discovery process is systemic
From Journal of Psychopharmacology
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- Barbara Sahakian cited in Daily Mail 'Super Woman pill' article on Thursday, 10th January 2013 at 3:21 PM
Barbara Sahakian is cited in an article in the Daily Mail about a 'Super Woman' pill, Adderall.
- Jeff Nye interviewed in Nature Biotechnology on Wednesday, 9th January 2013 at 2:12 PM
Co-opted BAP council member Jeff Nye is interviewed in an article about for Nature Biotechnology about academic/industry partnership.
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- Marcus Munafo and Suzi Gage present at ResearchFest on Friday, 4th January 2013 at 11:04 AM
TARG’s Suzi Gage and Marcus Munafo gave a talk about tobacco and cannabis use to the participants enrolled in the Children of the 90s study, as part of ResearchFest.