Stanford Medicine News, 7/20/2015
-- Using high-field MRI technology and staining techniques, Stanford scientists have located inflamed, iron-containing scavenger cells in a memory-formation structure in the brains of deceased Alzheimer’s patients.
Red Orbit, 7/21/2015
-- Iron-rich cells in brain could lead to earlier Alzheimer’s diagnoses
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
ABC 7 News, 12/08/14
--Stanford radiology researchers have discovered that the brains of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome have diminished white matter and white matter abnormalities in the right hemisphere. Lead author Michael Zeineh, assistant professor of radiology, and senior author Jose Montoya, professor of infectious diseases and geographic medicine, were featured during this segment.
New York Times, 11/25/14
--Brains of people with chronic fatigue syndrome offer clues about disorder
Two recent studies, including one led by Michael Zeineh at Stanford, suggest that physiological factors may underlie chronic fatigue syndrome. Zeineh is an assistant professor of radiology.
Stanford Medicine, 10/30/14