The Third Coast Center for AIDS Research, a partnership between Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, the Chicago Department of Public Health and several community organizations, integrates multiple disciplines of research to help slow and stop HIV.
Monthly Archives: August, 2015
Second-year medical students spent four weeks of their summer conducting research for their Area of Scholarly Concentration, a four-year longitudinal project that culminates with a thesis.
Young men who have sex with men have the highest risk for HIV infection, but only one in five has ever been tested for HIV, a much lower rate than testing for non-adolescents, according to a new study.
John A. Rogers, PhD, a materials scientist and pioneer in the field of bio-integrated electronic devices, will join Northwestern University with appointments in the McCormick School of Engineering and Feinberg School of Medicine.
Behnam Nabet, ’15 PhD, who just completed his doctorate in the Driskill Graduate Program in Life Sciences, studied how mutated Ras genes turn normal cells into cancer cells in a new publication.
Students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty showcased their work in the field of rehabilitation medicine at Feinberg’s fifth annual Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences (MRS) Training Day.
A new study found fetal electrocardiogram ST segment analysis, a new technology used to assess fetal heart activity, did not improve outcomes during labor and delivery, compared with conventional fetal heart rate monitoring.
Northwestern Medicine scientist Jeffrey Savas, PhD, and colleagues identified a receptor that sorts proteins in synapses, a finding that may augment future treatments for multiple neurological diseases and disorders.
After nearly 15 years of leadership, M. Christine Stock, ’81 MD, James E. Eckenhoff Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology, has stepped down as chair of the department.