Scientists reduced blood clotting in mice with a blood disease called myeloproliferative neoplasm by inhibiting expression of a gene.
Monthly Archives: November, 2017
A team from Northwestern Medicine used the most powerful X-ray source in the Western Hemisphere to examine an 1,800-year old mummy, seeking answers to questions about bone competence of ancient humans.
The resources used to teach the physical exam to pre-clerkship students vary widely across U.S. medical schools, according to a new paper published in Academic Medicine.
Samer Attar, MD, assistant professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, was recently featured on CBS’ 60 Minutes for his volunteer work in Syria’s makeshift hospitals.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have uncovered new findings about a protein called SET1B, which could offer a novel approach to treating triple-negative breast cancer.
Northwestern Medicine scientists identified a complex regulatory system that keeps cells functioning when their oxygen supply is cut off.
Northwestern’s sponsored research awards grew to $676.5 million last fiscal year, the largest amount in the University’s history, including $471.7 million from Feinberg investigators.
A new $10 million gift from University trustees and supporters Louis A. Simpson ’58 and Kimberly K. Querrey will create a center to study the effects of environment on the activation and expression of genes.
Mary McDermott, MD, ’92 GME, the Jeremiah Stamler Professor of Medicine and of Preventive Medicine, has been named a Distinguished Scientist by the American Heart Association (AHA).
The first genetic mutation that appears to protect against multiple aspects of biological aging in humans has been discovered in an Amish family in Indiana, according to a new Northwestern Medicine study.