We are delighted to have had first year graduate student Farah Abdelazim join the lab this summer. Welcome Farah! We look forward to many exciting years working with you!
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
Hear Dr. Frick and comedian Shane Mauss spend an hour chatting about aging, memory, Alzheimer’s, hormones, and science in general. Click here to listen to the full podcast.
Dr. Frick was recently interviewed in WUWM’s series on Alzheimer’s disease. This segment aired during the station’s Morning Edition coverage. Click on this link to hear the interview.
Dr. Frick was a featured speaker in comedian Shane Mauss’s science comedy show “Stand Up Science” on Oct. 21. The show, also featuring UWM History professor Merry Wiesner-Hanks and comedian Carter Deems, was an innovative and fun way to engage… Read More
On Oct. 18, Dr. Frick recently discussed Alzheimer’s Disease on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time. Click here to hear the broadcast and here to see a written excerpt of the interview.
Dr. Frick provided the Faculty Spotlight talk at the June UW System Board of Regents meeting.
The Frick lab is delighted to welcome Sarah Beamish and Aaron Fleischer as incoming graduate students in the summer of 2018! Sarah is finishing her B.S. in Neuroscience at the University of Delaware, and Aaron is completing his B.S. in… Read More
On Sept. 17, 2017, the Frick lab and friends participated in our first ever Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The Milwaukee walk is the 10th largest in the country, and passes through the scenic Lakeshore State Park on the Milwaukee Harbor…. Read More