A new approach to treating Alzheimer’s disease

A stronger cellular disposal system may slow the progress of Alzheimer’s

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For women composers, no more sounds of silence

By Susan Piland

In the recording studio and the classroom — and at a special show for the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts — seldom-heard music by women, including madrigals written by a Renaissance teenager and sacred songs from a newly discovered 1554 antiphonal. More »

Prescription monitoring data can reduce abuse, deaths

A report by the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Center of Excellence at Brandeis recommends that medical insurers monitor prescription data to reduce the overdoses, deaths and health care costs associated with abuse of opioids and other prescription drugs. More »

D’Andre Young: world-class communicator

By Leah Burrows

After receiving a LAGRANT Foundation scholarship, and spending the semester at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen, D’Andre Young ’15 is building a major, and a career, in international communications. More »