COVID-19 May Have Been the Tipping Point into Global Economic Instability, New Study Finds

Anahita Kodali, Medical Sciences, News, Summer 2020 Figure 1: SARS-CoV-2 (whose structure is shown above) is undoubtedly the most impactful virus in the coronavirus family currently known. Symptoms of COVID-19 include high fever, fatigue, and shortness of breath. In many cases, the disease can become more severe, causing persistent chest … Continue reading

Recent study conducted by Duke University researchers reveals critical limitation of fMRI measurements

Audrey Herrald ’23, Neuroscience, Summer 2020 Cover Image: fMRI is used to display differences in basal ganglia activation between individuals with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and control subjects—precisely the type of analysis that will be more difficult to accurately perform in light of newfound limitations to fMRI reliability. 1 The term … Continue reading