UW study garners national news attention

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Sigan Hartley, PH.D., SoHE assistant professor of human development and family studies, is the lead author of a study of a brain protein and adults with Down syndrome that may help researchers better understand Alzheimer’s disease. The study comes out of UW-Madison’s Waisman Center and has been recently featured in several national news sources. Hartley is an assistant professor of human development and family studies and principle investigator for the Hartley Lab.

 

Psych Central; Down Syndrome Study Sheds Light on Alzheimer’s”
Science World Report: “Down Syndrome May Show Secrets Into Alzheimer’s Disease”
Headlines and Global Report: “Down Syndrome Study Might Lead to Better Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease”
Science Daily: “Down Syndrome Helps Researchers Understand Alzheimer’s Disease”
Fox News: “Down Syndrome Helps Researchers Understand Alzheimer’s Disease”

 

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