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Delirium Research Hub: Now Live
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Network for Investigation of Delirium: Unifying Scientists
The NIDUS Blog features interesting posts on delirium research, prevention and treatments
NIDUS is a collaborative, multidisciplinary network dedicated to the acceleration of scientific discovery in delirium research, through focused collaboration and creation of sustainable infrastructure to enhance innovative and high-quality research.
NIDUS was created in response to a call from the National Institutes on Aging to support a collaborative network to advance scientific research on the causes, mechanisms, outcomes, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of delirium in older adults.
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Delirium Research Hub by the Numbers
Every other month, the Delirium Research Hub selects an investigator and research study included in the Delirium Research Hub to feature as a Spotlight Investigator. This month, we are featuring Dr. Eyal Kimchi, MD, PhD for his study “Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Delirium Electroencephalography (EEG) Study.” This study investigates EEGs, a promising biomarker that has […]
Contributed by Olga Boukrina, Ph.D., Kessler Foundation Delirium is a multicomponent syndrome produced by a set of unique vulnerabilities (e.g., infection, advanced age, decreased cognitive functioning) and compounding causes (e.g., circadian dysregulation, oxidative stress, neuronal aging). The contribution of each individual factor and their interactions present a complicated picture, but unifying themes in this line […]