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Fall 2012

The Man with the Bionic Brain and Other Victories Over Paralysis by Dr. Jon Mukand is a story of regaining freedom through the power of science. Mukand, a physician and rehabilitation specialist, tells the story of his work with Matthew Nagle, a high school football star who was left paralyzed from the neck down after being stabbed. Nagle was part of the groundbreaking BrainGate studies, in which microelectrodes were placed in his brain in order to restore the possibility of movement—such as shifting a cursor or a prosthetic hand—simply by thinking about it. Mukand intertwines Nagle’s and other paralysis survivors inspiring stories to provide a glimpse into the rapidly developing scientific world being created to help them.

By Jon Mukand, MD, PhD, 2012, Chicago Review Press
Fall 2011
Forget A's, B's, and C's—What Students Need Is More Zzzz's
By By Mary A. Carskadon, professor of psychiatry and human behavior, November 20, 2011, Chronicle of Higher Education

Winter 2010
Hispanic Elderly More Likely Than Whites to Live in Inferior Nursing Homes
By Mark Hollmer, January 2010

Increased Co-payments for Doctor Visits Boost Health Care Costs for Seniors
By Mark Hollmer, January 2010

Fall 2009
'Natural Killer' Cells Keep Immune System in Balance
By Mark Hollmer, Oct. 1, 2009

The Secrets of Happy Families: Eight Keys to Building a Lifetime of Connection and Contentment
By Scott Haltzman ’82 MD’85, 2009, Jossey-Bass
Understanding Body Dysmorphic Disorder
By Katharine A. Phillips, MD, Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, 2009, Oxford University Press

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