Scientists develop a new biodegradable material with built-in vitamin A, which has been shown to reduce scarring in blood vessels.
Monthly Archives: January, 2016
HIV still replicates in lymphoid tissue, even when it is undetectable in the blood of patients on antiretroviral drugs, according to new Northwestern Medicine research.
Feinberg welcomed legendary civil rights and peace activist Diane Nash to speak to students about her involvement in the 1960s civil rights movement.
Third-year medical students participated in an ophthalmology clinical skills session to learn more about the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of the eye.
Northwestern University scientists used fruit fly genetics to understand how developing cells normally switch to a restricted, or specialized, state and how that process might go wrong in cancer.
Northwestern University ranks 10th among worldwide institutions with the most highly cited researchers in 2015. The Thomson Reuters analysis includes nine Feinberg faculty members.
Scientists showed that it is possible to specifically modify gene expression in diseased upper motor neurons in a new Northwestern Medicine translational study.
Yongchao Ma, PhD, assistant professor of Pediatrics, has received a 5-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to explore a novel mechanism regulating mitochondria, and how it relates to motor neuron degeneration.
New insights into male germline development may help scientists better understand how external factors might have an effect on the germ cells of offspring in the future.
Rui Yang, a graduate student in the Driskill Graduate Program, studied the chromatin structure and expression of the gene that, when mutated, causes cystic fibrosis.