ALS Research Featured on Detroit Free Press Cover
The article covers recently published findings by a team led by Drs. Eva Feldman and Stephen Goutman and Eva Feldman found that work as a welder, production line work, and jobs that involve exposure to metals, solvents or pesticides are associated with a higher risk for developing ALS.
The National Academy of Medicine Annual Meeting 2022
There was quite a large contingent from Michigan Medicine at the National Academy of Medicine’s Annual Meeting this year, including a number of new inductees. The focus of the events this year was on the importance of climate change and health.
The IDNC's Six-Year Endeavor Wraps Up In Denmark
Those who were involved in the incredible work of the International Diabetic Neuropathy Consortium joined to celebrate their extraordinary accomplishments.
Breaking free of opioids
Brian Callaghan, M.D., sat down with Michigan Medicine's Michigan Health blog to share alternative treatments for chronic pain and the importance of steering clear of opioids.
Center for Global Health Equity Covers Dr. Feldman Award
Three members from the University of Michigan's Center for Global Health Equity recently received awards for their impact on "teaching, mentoring service and scholarship." The Center celebrates the trio that included Eva Feldman, M.D., Ph.D., who won a Distinguished University Professorship.
Lipid Profile Predicts Nerve Damage Risk In Type 2 Diabetes
Michigan Medicine's Health Lab's Lab Report shared new findings from the NeuroNetwork for Emerging therapies that certain blood lipid profiles can predict the risk of nerve damage 10 years later in patients with type 2 diabetes.
U.S. News & World Report Covers ALS Research
U.S. News & World Report covered important new findings by Dr. Stephen Goutman about which occupations increase ALS risk.
Grant to Uncover New Therapy Targets for Neuropathy
The NeuroNetwork for Emerging Therapies, led by primary investigators Eva Feldman, M.D., Ph.D., and Junghuk Hur, Ph.D., M.S., will look at dietary interventions and the mechanisms underlying their benefits with a new R01 grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
New Guidelines for Painful Diabetic Neuropathy
On site of the American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) this morning, Brian Callaghan, M.D., M.S., shared via video a few key points from the talk he had just finished that shared the new American Academy of Neurology (ANN) Painful Diabetic Neuropathy guidelines.
ALS Risk Higher Among Production Workers
Michigan Medicine's Health Lab's Lab Report shared a recent study by Stephen Goutman, M.D., that found that ALS risk is higher among production workers, those exposed to metals, and volatile compounds on the job due to Michigan's legacy industry and agriculture.
CDC Features ALS Directors
Portraits of Drs. Eva Feldman and Stephen Goutman, directors of the ALS Center of Excellence and Pranger ALS Clinic respectively, take center stage in newly launched visuals on the research page of the National ALS Registry, part of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dr. Rodica Pop-Busui Receives Prestigious Award
The University of Timisoara awarded Dr. Pop Busui Doctor Honoris Causa at a ceremony on campus in Romania attended by a number of dignitaries.
Tauber Family Student Interns Class of 2022
Meet two of the 2022 alumni from the successful mentoring program established by Joel and Shelley Tauber.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Minority Groups with Diabetes
Eva Feldman, MD, Ph.D., was an author of an important article in Diabetes Care , which talked about why the pandemic’s effect has been much more severe for minority groups.
Identifying Early Risk of Diabetes Complications
In their article, “Serum lipidomic determinants of human diabetic neuropathy in type 2 diabetes,” a team led by Eva Feldman, MD, PhD, identify blood fat profiles that can predict diabetes complications, like neuropathy, a decade later.
"Research Into Preventing ALS…"
Pranger ALS Clinic Director Stephen Goutman, MD, was featured on the ALS Association's podcast, Connecting ALS . Listen as he shares new information about ALS risk factors and the burgeoning science of preventing ALS.
Dr. Feldman Given Highest University of Michigan Honor
The University Record announced Dr. Feldman received the Distinguished University Professorship, along with four of her U-M colleagues.
World Brain Day 2022
This year's theme "Brain Health for All" is already an important initiative for the NeuroNetwork for Emerging Therapies. Watch our core researchers share some of this research, along with some important messages about the World Federation of Neurology's World Brain Day.
ANA Announces Dr. Stephanie Eid as Winner of the Wolfe Neuropathy Research Prize
The Rose C. and Nathan L. Milstein Family Emerging Scholar will be presented with the award at the American Neurological Association's Annual Meeting in Chicago this October.