Diagnosing the tiniest victims of the opioid epidemic

Diagnosing the tiniest victims of the opioid epidemic

September 14, 2018
Research is underway to identify infants at risk of neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome shortly after birth

You asked: Why do people react differently to alcohol?

February 28, 2018
We break down your ability to breakdown alcohol

You asked: What does cartilage do?

November 16, 2017
We all know about our bone health, but does cartilage health matter?

Blood test may help identify fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

November 9, 2016
“If we can reset developmental trajectories earlier in life, it is a lot easier than trying to treat disabilities later in life.”

For both men and women, pregnancy and alcohol are toxic mix

March 1, 2016
Drinking habits of both the mother and father may cause problems for children

Miranda to Teach Course in Thailand

November 15, 2010

Rajesh C. Miranda, Ph.D., professor of neuroscience and experimental therapeutics at the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) College of Medicine, traveled to Bangkok, Thailand, on Oct. 11-15 to teach at the School in Addiction hosted by the Joint Asia-Pacific Society for Neuroscience and the International Society for Neurochemistry.