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Breana Wallace

Celebratory Lab Member Updates

As we start off 2017, we’re seeing great things happen in our lab that are cause for celebration. Congratulations to our members for all of their hard work! Announcements:   Loren Hizel has been accepted as a Fellow in the Aging and Cognition T32 Doctoral Program.  This is…

Our Recent Surgery Anesthesia Brain Articles

Hernaiz, C., Tanner, J.J., Wiggins, M.E., Sinha, P., Parvataneni, H.K., Ding, M., Seubert, C.N., Rice, M.J., Garvan, C.W., Price, C.C. (2019). Proof of principle: Preoperative cognitive reserve and brain integrity predicts intraindividual variability in processed EEG (Bispectral Index Monitor) during general anesthesia. PLoS ONE 14 (5): e0216209. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216209 Tanner, J.J.,…

Engaging Diverse Populations in Behavioral Interventions for MCI

Dr. Shellie-Anne Levy, a postdoctoral fellow within our lab, was recently awarded an Alzheimer’s Association grant entitled “Engaging Diverse Populations in Behavioral Interventions for MCI.” This pilot study will examine the barriers to recruitment, enrollment, and retention of older African Americans to a successful and already established cognitive rehabilitation program…