Sidney Taiko Sheehan
Stories by Sidney Taiko Sheehan:
International study shows link between brain age and stroke outcomes
A USC-led study could potentially help identify people at risk for poorer post-stroke outcomes.
Promising study launches to determine factors contributing to brain aging
The study — part of the USC-based, global ENIGMA Consortium — looks at brain aging and Alzheimer’s to identify predictive markers, better understand prognoses and support personalized risk evaluations.
Study finds subtle structural brain alterations in youth with suicidal behaviors
The ENIGMA Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors consortium analyzed data from 18 studies worldwide to examine associations between brain structure and suicide attempt in young people with major depressive disorder.
Major expansion of open-source neuroimaging data set to boost stroke recovery research
A USC-led team of researchers releases expanded data set of brain scans from stroke patients in the hopes of speeding up large-scale stroke recovery research.
Groundbreaking study shows substantial differences in brain structure in people with anorexia
New findings from the largest study to date by an international group of neuroscience experts show significant reductions in gray matter in people with anorexia nervosa.
Private funding to provide much-needed bipolar disorder research
Grant from the Milken Institute and the Baszucki Brain Research Fund will support research at the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute.