Media Coverage

The work done by Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine faculty members (and even some students) is regularly highlighted in newspapers, online media outlets and more. Below you’ll find links to articles and videos of Feinberg in the news.

French Tribune  0

Talking about the discovery, the Chairman of Neurology at the Northwestern
University in Chicago, John Kessler informed that people should not expect much
for the time being as they have not yet found a remedy for Alzheimer’s.

The Telegraph (UK)   0

“Now that we have learned how to make these cells, we can study them in a
tissue culture dish and figure out what we can do to prevent them from dying,”
said Dr Jack Kessler, who led the study at Northwestern University in

The Guardian (UK)  0

“This is a population of cells that dies very early in the disease and are
critical for memory function, so understanding why these cells die, and what
might keep them from dying will be exceedingly important for understanding and
then treating Alzheimer’s disease,” said John Kessler, chair of neurology at
NORTHWESTERN University in Chicago.

UK Press Association  0

Scientists at Northwestern University in Chicago produced the neurons from
stem cells extracted from early stage human embryos. Embryonic stem cells have
the potential to develop into virtually any kind of tissue in the body.

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