Unique brain cells linked to OCD and anxiety

In a new study, U scientists discovered a new lineage of specialized brain cells, called Hoxb8-lineage microglia, and established a link between the lineage and OCD and anxiety in mice.

WHEN TERRORISTS ATTACK

Amos Guiora, a professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, has organized a counter-terrorism simulation at the law school for students to experience the pressure of decision makers.

When bright minds turn dark

With mental health concerns among college students on the rise, the U provides a lifeline.

PAUSE FOR PAWS

Take a break (and a deep breath) with therapy dogs.

WHY VULTURES MATTER

University of Utah researchers highlight ecosystem and human impacts of vulture declines.

READY, SET, GEEK WEEK!

ASUU provides students extra services during the most stressful time of the semester.

Man’s best friend gets an update

The Ivory Prize awarded to a student whose mission to give back has lead to connecting dogs with veterans to help heal the wounds of PTSD through the nonprofit organization Labs For Liberty.

You are not alone

On March 5, experts from across the U presented insights into anxiety and depression across the lifespan, a challenging social problem, as part of the annual Eric Moerer Memorial Lecture Series.