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        FREAKONOMICS radio show features Dr. Paul Newhouse discussing the potential upside of nicotine 4/14

        Dr. Newhouse to speak at March 24th Building a Healthy Brain lecture  7:00 p.m.

        Science's Obsession:  The Search for a "smart pill".  Salon, 12/13

        Dr. Paul Newhouse's Tamoxifen & Memory Study in L.A. Times 11/13

        Aging & Cognition in Down Syndrome Research Study  6/13

        New CCM Seminar Series:  "Structural and Functional Changes in Healthy and Pathological Aging?"  6/13

        Why Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Scientists Rock!  4/13
        Dr. Paul Newhouse is included on list-see page 3.

        Paul Newhouse, M.D. Awarded Endowed Chair 12/12

        ABC News, Nicotine Patch & Mild Cognitive Impairment 9/12

        Studies Speak Volumes About Brain Changes & Cognition in Women 8/13

        Memory Loss In Older Adults May Be Improved By Nicotine Patches

        Dr. Esther Eisenberg Profiled in Nashville Medical News 3/12

        Dr. Newhouse Discusses New Memory Study on BBC Radio   1/2012

        Estrogen Treatments Increase Gray Matter in Brain, The Reporter - 11/11                         
                                                                                                                                              

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