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National Geographic features findings of School of Medicine neuroscientists Sandra and Joseph Jacobson

National Geographic features findings of School of Medicine neuroscientists Sandra and Joseph Jacobson

NationalGeographic.com reported on the findings of two School of Medicine neuroscientists in its March 27 article, "How Brain-Damaging Mercury Puts Arctic Kids at Risk." The professors' research examines the adverse effects of prenatal methylmercury exposure on the IQs of schoolchildren in remote Arctic villages, where mothers regularly eat beluga whale, fish, seal and walrus. More

News & Announcements

Athletics to host free employee health fair during "W" Week
Mar 31 2015
Wayne Law alumnus is forensics expert for courtroom trials
Dr. Ernest Chiodo – a 1986 alumnus of Wayne State University Law School and a 1983 alumnus of Wayne State’s School of Medicine –...Mar 31 2015
Faculty member Cynthera McNeill featured on CBS Detroit's Street Beat health segment
For the fourth consecutive year, Wayne State University College of Nursing clinical instructor Cynthera McNeill has organized “Stomping...Mar 31 2015
Wayne Law alumnus recounts participating in 2nd Selma march of 1965
Editor’s note: Ronald Helveston, Wayne State University Law School class of 1966, traveled with three other Wayne Law students to...Mar 31 2015
Alumnus in the News-Jonathon Sullivan, MD., PhD
Mar 30 2015
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