Featured in the Media

2021

The River to Rive (Iowa Public Radio) : "How sleep helps us process and consolidate memories"

The Loop: "Understanding the brain: Why we sleep, dream, and remember"

YouTube: "University of Iowa 38th Presidential Lecture" 

KCRG:  "New UI center for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities"

2020

BIG Network:  "How Iowa is advancing our understanding of autism"

YouTube:  Ted Abel : Chat from the Old Cap 

2018

Sci on the Fly:  "The science of memory and exceptional abilities"

Iowa Magazine: "The Secrets of Sleep"

YouTube: Iowa Neuroscience Institute: Breaking barriers in brain research

2017

The Loop: "Signaling pathway may be key to why autism is more common in boys"

The Loop: "Metabolic enzyme drives memory formation"

Daily Mail:  "Could this explain why boys are more likely to have autism? Study provides first evidence of a 'protective effect' in female"

2016

Iowa Now: "Abel to Lead Iowa Neuroscience Institute"

The Gazette: "University of Iowa Lands $45 Million Carver Grant for Neuroscience"

2015

Radio New Zealand: "The Effect of Sleep on Memory"

60-Second Lecture: When Nurture Meets Nature: The New Field of Behavioral Epigenetics

2014

SPECTRUM: "Learning difficulties mark male mice with autism mutation"

2012

NPR’s Science Friday: "What Your Genes Can Tell You About Your Memory"

Daily Mail: "Yet ANOTHER Reason Why Sleep is so Vital – Missing Even Two Hours a Night Can Erase Memories Forever"

2011

Penn 60 Second Lecture: "It’s Not a Dream, It’s a Memory: The Role of Sleep in Memory Storage

2009

ScienceNOW: "Why Sleepyheads Forget"

Nature Podcast: "Memory Molecules and Lack of Sleep"60-Second Lecture: When Nurture Meets Nature: The New Field of Behavioral Epigenetics

2006

ABC News: "Sleep Affects Some Memories But Not All"

 

 

 

Nature Podcast: "Memory Molecules and Lack of Sleep"60-Second Lecture: When Nurture Meets Nature: The New Field of Behavioral Epigenetics