Epidemiology of Brain Resilience to Aging

University of Pittsburgh eBRAIN Group

The eBRAIN research group coordinates and analyzes studies that focus on the interplay between brain integrity and function in a variety of neuroepidemiological studies. We apply brain imaging methods in population studies, study risk factors, utilize cognitive and mobility measures, characterize central & peripheral contributors to function.

Congratulations to Sara Godina on an amazing score!

Congratulations to Sara Godina on an amazing score on her R36 “The impact of neighborhood greenspace on cognitively healthy life years and structural markers of brain health” Well done, Sara!!

Rafael Migoyo selected for Pittsburgh Latinx Artist Residency Program

Rafael was awarded a spot in the inaugural Pittsburgh Latinx Artist Residency Program. Congrats! Pittsburgh Latinx Artist Residency → So excited to see more of your work!

Racism and Its Implications for Clinical Trials: A Workshop to Promote Understanding and Action

Medicine and clinical research have a long history of racism. Working to change systems and structures to eliminate systemic racism in clinical research requires us to learn more about it, willingly engage in difficult dialogue, and commit to a justice-oriented...

You are invited to attend a special meeting on healthy aging research

You are invited to attend a special meeting on healthy aging research sponsored by the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research—a society of senior researchers. Listen to cutting-edge presentations and high-level discussion on a broad range of factors shaping human...

Publications and Commentary from Briana Sprague

Check out Briana Sprague’s recent publications and commentary she wrote for The Lancet Age- and time-varying associations between subjective health and episodic memory in older adults Chamberlain, J. D., Sprague, B. N., & Ross, L. A. (accepted). Age- and...

Congratulations to Rebecca Ehrenkranz

Rebecca Ehrenkranz successfully passed her Overview... Congrats! read more about Rebecca's research with eBRAIN »

Beth Shaaban appointed Assistant Professor of Epidemiology

Congratulations to Beth Shaaban, PhD, MPH on her appointment to Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the Graduate School of Public Health! Read more about Beth on her eBRAIN profile and on the Public Health website.

Rebecca Ehrenkranz selected as the recipient of the Health Sciences Person-in-Training Award

Congratulations to Rebecca Ehrenkranz!  She has been selected as the recipient of the Health Sciences Person-in-Training Award from The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) and the Health Sciences Awards Review Panel. www.gsa2021.org  

Sexual and Gender Minority Populations and Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias

University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center jointly with the Department of Epidemiology & University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Continuing Education in the Health Sciences Topics at Noon Series – Fall 2021 September 16, 2021, 12:00 noon –...