Dr. Frick was recently awarded a new 5-year R01 grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disease to study how estrogenic regulates protein degradation in the hippocampus and the role that protein degradation plays in estrogenic modulation of memory and… Read More
Read a joint Press Release by UWM and the Alzheimer’s Association about our recent Alzheimer’s Association grant award!
It was a busy spring, during which time several of the lab’s grant proposals were funded. Our new grants include: Alzheimer’s Association: “Novel estrogen receptor-selective agonists as therapeutics for AD” UWM Research Foundation Catalyst Grant: “Assessing EGX854 as a lead compound for… Read More
Thanks to Women’s Health Research at Yale at the Yale School of Medicine for inviting Dr. Frick to speak at last month’s Psychiatry Grand Rounds. See their profile of the Frick lab’s work.
In celebration of 2021 International Women’s Day, the Alzheimer’s Association of Wisconsin profiled the research that Dr. Frick and Lisa Taxier are doing to understand how sex, estrogens, and APOE4 genotype influence memory and the morphology and function of neurons… Read More
Dr. Frick is one of 3 recipients of a 2020 UW System Regent Scholar Award. The Regent Scholar program recognizes individual faculty or campus programs that undertake undergraduate research projects having the potential to foster innovation, entrepreneurship, and talent development…. Read More
March 2020 The Frick lab’s work developing treatments for memory loss was profiled in the UWM Research Magazine. Check out the article here.
Dr. Frick’s edited book on estrogens and memory is now available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or the Oxford University Press website! This book is a compendium of chapters from the world’s leading researchers who study the effects of estrogens… Read More
UWM postdoc Dr. Brooke Dulka recently interviewed Dr. Frick as part of her Scientific American blog entry about estrogens and memory. The article is an excellent way to learn more about the role of estrogens in memory formation and memory… Read More
Dr. Frick’s collaboration with colleagues at Marquette University and Concordia University Wisconsin to develop new ERbeta-specific drugs for relieving menopausal symptoms and reducing dementia risk was profiled on TMJ4 News and in a more detailed interview on Facebook. The collaboration has… Read More