Discussing the Latest Research on Citicoline for Brain Function with Researcher Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD

Sponsored by Kyowa Hakko USA

By Natural Medicine Journal

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Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD, describes her past and recent research involving natural citicoline. She explains dosage, application, and future potential for this innovative nutrient used to enhance brain function. She also talks about a recent study in the Lancet demonstrating that citicoline had no benefit for ischemic stroke.


Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD, is director of the Cognitive Neuroimaging Laboratory and a USTAR Investigator at the Brain Institute and a professor of psychiatry at the University of Utah Medical School. She held a similar position at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School for 12 years before joining the Utah Medical School. Yurgelun-Todd is a recognized expert on the application of neuroimaging methods to assess neurophysiological and neuropsychological changes associated with normal development and neuropsychiatric disorders. 


About the Sponsor

Cognizin® is a patented, branded form of citicoline—a natural substance found in every cell of the body that is especially vital to brain health. Cognizin Citicoline is a dietary supplement ingredient that can provide nutritional support for healthy brain function, specifically in the areas of improved attention, recall and focus. Pure, vegetarian and allergen-free, Cognizin is backed by numerous clinical studies and can be found in several professional-grade nutritional supplement brands.
Cognizin is the result of a patented process and is manufactured exclusively by Kyowa Hakko Bio. Ltd., a world leader in the development of high-quality nutraceutical ingredients.


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Natural Medicine Journal is an electronic peer-reviewed journal and open access website dedicated to the field of integrative medicine.