Michael Grandner of the Perelman School of Medicine discusses sleeping habits such as snoring.
Perelman School of Medicine
Douglas Smith of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on the effect head injuries can have on younger kids’ brains.
Women in their late thirties and forties who have trouble sleeping are more than three times more likely to suffer sleep problems during menopause than women who have an easier time getting shut-eye, according to a new study by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
Penn Study Reveals Possible Therapeutic Target for Common, But Mysterious Brain Blood Vessel Disorder
Tens of millions of people around the world have abnormal, leak-prone sproutings of blood vessels in the brain called cerebral cavernous malformations (CCMs). These abnormal growths can lead to seizures, strokes, hemorrhages, and other serious conditions, yet their precise molecular cause has never been determined. Now, cardiovascular scientists at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have studied this pathway in heart development to discover an important set of molecular signals, triggered by CCM-linked gene defects, that potentially could be targeted to treat the disorder.
Charles Pollack of the Perelman School of Medicine is mentioned for leading a study about reversing the effects of Prad
Philip Gehrman of the Perelman School of Medicine answers questions about the importance of sleep.
Andrew Siegel and Dominic Sisti of the Perelman School of Me
Douglas Smith and Robert Siman of the Perelman School of Med