Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Body-Cooling in Support of Alzheimer's Research

It's been a while since any updates, but we have been very busy. Will be posting some more updates in the weeks ahead...

In the meantime, some very interesting articles and research coming out on how body cooling is being applied on animals to support research on Alzheimer's disease and potentially develop new drug therapies.

If this line of research continues to be promising, hopefully it will advance human trials/testing on therapeutic hypothermia for non-traumatic injury cases.


 Hibernating May Benefit for Brain Health



Sunday, October 12, 2014

SiriusXM 'Doctor Radio' Discussion

I'll be on the "Doctor Radio" channel (#81) of SiriusXM with Dr. Doug Talk on Monday morning starting at 8am for a 30-minute segment on human stasis and challenges of going to Mars. The show is broadcast from NYU Medical Center and we will be talking with Dr. Ira Breite. Hope you join us! http://www.siriusxm.com/doctorradio

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Project News Coverage

I had a nice interview with the Wall Street Journal this week. Thanks to Monika Auger for the coverage:

         NASA Is Considering Deep Sleep for Human Mars Mission

There was also a nice video segment from Fox News yesterday:

         NASA studying humans rocketing to Mars in a deep sleep

With a follow-up interview from Fox News reporter James Rogers:

         How NASA crews could sleep for 6 months on the journey to Mars