Phillipe E. Vlisides, MD

Perioperative Neurocognitive Disorders and Putative Biomarkers

Contributed by Phillipe E. Vlisides, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Michigan Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI Background Perioperative neurocognitive disorders represent a major public health issue, particularly among aging surgical populations. In fact, the American Society of Anesthesiologists has launched a Brain Health Initiative with the aim of protecting and preserving brain health in older […]

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Pilot Awards Info Session – 2023 Edition

In our November 20, 2023 Info Session, Dr. Frederick Sieber discussed the NIDUS II Pilot Grants and the application process. He also answered questions from those who attended the live session. Access the slides from the presentation. Watch the full session below:

Being Truly Responsive: How to Win Over Your Reviewers

February 16, 2022: Being Truly Responsive: How to Win Over Your Reviewers After submitting a grant or paper, reviewers frequently send comments with a request to resubmit. Being fully responsive and to addressing these reviewer concerns is an art form. In this mentoring session, Dr. Sharon Inouye presents a tried-and-true approach for responding to reviewers. […]

The NIDUS Delirium Research Hub: 10 Questions

Recently, Dr. Ed Marcantonio, NIDUS Delirium Research Hub Leader, created a list of 10 Questions about the NIDUS Delirium Research Hub. Below is a preview of the list: 1) What is the NIDUS Delirium Research Hub? The Delirium Research Hub, one of five NIDUS cores, is a repository of meta-data (like a “table of contents”) […]

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The Delirium Bibliography: A Critical Resource & Your One-Stop Shop!

Contributed by Maggie Webb, BA, Research Associate, Marcus Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew SeniorLife We are thrilled to announce that the NIDUS website is now home to a widely used resource in the delirium clinical and research community: the Delirium Bibliography! Specifically designed for busy clinicians, the Delirium Bibliography is your one-stop shop for searching […]

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The NIDUS Delirium Research Hub

Contributed by Edward R. Marcantonio, MD, SM, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Director, NIDUS Delirium Research Hub (Research Resources Core) Are you a junior investigator just starting a career in delirium research?  An experienced investigator getting into a new area of research, like biomarkers or neuroimaging? Are you interested in publicizing your work, […]

The NIDUS Blog: Introduction and Overview

Welcome to the NIDUS Blog!The NIDUS Blog is led by the NIDUS Dissemination Task Force leaders, Andrew Auerbach, MD, University of California San Francisco, and Jan Busby-Whitehead, MD, University of North Carolina.The goals of this blog are two-fold. First, we hope to provide informative and thought-provoking posts about delirium research, treatment, experiences and more. Second, […]