A distinct pattern in the changing lengths of telomeres years before cancer diagnoses could yield a new biomarker that predict cancer, according to a new study.
Monthly Archives: April, 2015
Barry Coller, MD, vice president for medical affairs and David Rockefeller Professor at Rockefeller University, will speak at the medical school’s commencement on Monday, May 18.
The Lectures in Life Sciences series runs throughout the academic year and features prominent scientists speaking on topics ranging from pathology to cell and molecular biology.
A new Northwestern Medicine study shows that a protein called vimentin may help activate an inflammatory response that leads to acute lung injury.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified a specific bacteria that may be the cause of a rare lung infection that affects lung transplant patients.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have for the first time, determined the protective structure of the parainfluenza…
New Northwestern Medicine research shows spherical nucleic acids can silence a gene that interferes with wound healing, opening the door to new treatments for diabetic skin wounds, as well as many other conditions.
Northwestern Medicine scientists explored how HIV uses host factor FEZ-1 to move in cells to the nucleus.
Michel Kliot, MD, will succeed Andrew Parsa, MD, PhD, as interim chair of the Department of Neurological Surgery.