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Coming out to family and friends as bisexually-identified young adult women: A discussion of homophobia, biphobia, and heteronormativity

Rachael Wandrey published a new study in the Journal of Bisexuality. Wandrey, R.L., Mosack, K.E., & Moore, E. (2015). Coming out to family and friends as bisexually-identified young adult women: A discussion of homophobia, biphobia, and heteronormativity. Journal of Bisexuality,… Read More

A new study showing the association between poorer frontolimbic white matter integrity and chronic cannabis use

Skyler Shollenbarger is the first author of a new study published in Clinical-Neuroimage. Shollenbarger, S.G., Price, J., Wieser, J., Lisdahl, K. L. (2015). Poorer frontolimbic white matter integrity is associated with chronic cannabis use, FAAH genotype, and increased depressive and… Read More

“Effects of new HDAC inhibitors on hippocampal function and memory formation”. Dr. Frick received a UWM Research Foundation Catalyst Grant

Pharmacological interventions that prevent or delay memory loss associated with aging would substantially improve quality of life for affected individuals, increase their productivity, and decrease the health care costs for those with memory loss and dementia. Memory deficits are common… Read More

Do sex steroid hormones matter for learning and memory? A review on estrogenic regulation of hippocampal function in male and female rodents.

Dr. Frick’s lab published a new study in Learning and Memory: Frick, Karyn M., Kim, Jaekyoon, Tuscher, Jennifer J., and Fortress, Ashley M. (2015) Sex steroid hormones matter for learning and memory: estrogenic regulation of hippocampal function in male and… Read More

Dr. Larson received an NIH R01 Grant – Acute neurocognitive-affective predictors of chronic post-trauma outcomes

Dr. Christine Larson was recently awarded an NIH R01 titled “Acute neurocognitive-affective predictors of chronic post-trauma outcomes.” The research team includes Terri deRoon-Cassini of the Trauma/Surgery department at the Medical College of Wisconisn, and Fred Helmstetter, Hanjoo Lee, and Shawn… Read More

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Psychology Major Learns to COPE

Psychology major Ciera Lewis was counseling people with mental illness and suicidal thoughts through COPE.