♫ NPR covered research from Dr. Josef Rauschecker's lab presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in which postdoctoral fellow Dr. Paula Plaza studies brain reorganization in people born blind.
The Boston Globe interviewed Dr. Richard Schlegel about a study published in Science based on his work with conditional cell reprogramming. Other outlets covered the study including Nature News, The Scientist, Time and Bloomberg.
The Washington Post turned to Dr. Catherine Broome to explains observations in people with iron deficiency and pagophagia (ice craving).
The Associated Press turned to Dr. Guinevere Eden for her expert comment on a new brain study done while participants read Harry Potter.
The Hoya wrote about Dr. Tawara Goode's program of "Truth and Reconciliation" strategy to move beyond past clinical trials harms to restore trust in the medical community.
The Washington Post quoted Dr. Kevin Donovan in an article about the tetanus vaccine controversy in Kenya involving local Catholic bishops. He was also interviewed by Catholic News Agency.
♫ An NPR story on the reported doctor shortage featured Georgetown University's School of Medicine white coat program and Dr. Howard Federoff welcoming the students.
Dr. Arnold Potosky talked to HemOnc Today about his research showing adolescents and young adults don't receive adequate cancer treatment.
Oncology Times covered the Ruesch GI Cancer Symposium and quoted Dr. John Marshall.
The Chicago Tribune quoted Dr. Ranit Mishori in a story about health impacts on fertility.
Dr. Kenneth Lin shared his opinion on CMS coverage of CT screening for lung cancer in a MedPage Today article.
Medscape covered research presented at the Society of Neuroscience annual meeting from Dr. John VanMeter's lab on alcohol abuse in teens.
Health News Reviews covered Dr. Dan Merenstein's perspective in JAMA Internal Medicine about PSA screening and its "winners and losers."
Science 2.0 covered research published by Rebecka Lundgren about how including men in family planning empowers women.
Psychiatric News reported on a conference about the mental health of ethnic minorities on college campus and quoted Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble.
Dr. John Marshall talked to Medscape about a new DNA test that screens for colon cancer.
Media coverage of the 2014 Ebola crisis continues, but is slowing.
Jesse Goodman: Washington Observer, Ebola Deeply