Research - Recent Publications

In a new article published in Neurology, Department of Medicine researchers found a correlation between living in disadvantaged neighborhoods and changes in brain structure and function that are characteristic of Alzheimer’s diseases and related dementias. Researchers used the Area Deprivation Index, developed by Amy Kind, MD, PhD, associate professor, Geriatrics...
Adam Gepner, MD, clinical adjunct assistant professor, Cardiovascular Medicine, was vice-chair and a co-author on the American Heart Association’s scientific statement, “Harnessing Mobile Health Technology for Secondary Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Older Adults: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association.” This statement highlights the role mobile health (mHealth), has...
1. Afshar M, Sharma B, Bhalla S, Thompson HM, Dligach D, Boley RA, Kishen E, Simmons A, Perticone K, Karnik NS. External validation of an opioid misuse machine learning classifier in hospitalized adult patients. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2021;16(1):19. 2. Allison SL, Jonaitis EM, Koscik RL, Hermann BP, Mueller KD...
1. Afshar M, Baker K, Corral J, Ross E, Lowery E, Gonzalez R, Burnham EL, Callcut RA, Kornblith LZ, Hendrickson C, Kovacs EJ, Joyce C. Internal and External Validation of an Alcohol Biomarker for Screening in Trauma. Ann Surg. 2021. 2. Aziz F, Djamali A. Post-Transplant CMV Glomerulitis. Clin J...
Alexis Eastman, MD, clinical assistant professor, Geriatrics and Gerontology, is a co-author of a Gerontological Society of America white paper that highlights the variety of challenges that persons with dementia-related psychosis and their caregivers have encountered during moves through different health care settings, and proposes strategies to address these challenges...
1. Akram ST, Ewy MW, Said A. Sleep disruption in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: What is the role of lifestyle and diet? Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2021. 2. Antony KM, Adams JH, Jacques L, Hetzel S, Chappell RJ, Gnadt SE, Tevaarwerk AJ. Lidocaine patches for postcesarean pain control in obese...
A recent study in Nature Aging from the laboratory of Dudley Lamming, PhD, associate professor, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, found evidence that a diet restricting branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) can extend the lifespan and increase metabolic health in mice. Protein-restricted diets have been shown to promote health and longevity in...
People living in disadvantaged neighborhoods are more likely to experience repeat observation stays at hospitals, which may lead to costly medical bills without a means to pay them, according to a recent study from UW-Madison researchers. This research, which included lead author Ann Sheehy, MD, MS, associate professor, Hospital Medicine...
1. Badar T, Szabo A, Dinner S, Liedtke M, Burkart M, Shallis RM, Yurkiewicz IR, Kuo E, Khan MA, Balasubramanian S, Yang J, Hefazi M, Podoltsev N, Patel A, Curran E, Wang A, Arslan S, Aldoss I, Siebenaller C, Mattison RJ, Litzow MR, Wadleigh M, Advani AS, Atallah E. Sequencing...
Recognizing that where people live affects their health, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS, associate professor, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and partners at the University of Wisconsin Health Innovation Program (HIP) have developed a more nuanced way to identify health disparities in Wisconsin’s rural and urban areas. Their work is reflected in “WCHQ...