Northwestern Medicine scientists have shown for the first time how an RNA-binding protein in the liver plays an important role in regulating insulin sensitivity throughout the body.
Monthly Archives: July, 2018
Feinberg faculty members, scientists and students learned how to move their health information technologies toward commercialization at INVOForward, a mentorship program in biomedical entrepreneurship.
The Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences recently hosted faculty members from across the country for an interactive workshop on how to design curricula and create meaningful educational experiences for physical therapy students.
Jason Wertheim, MD, PhD, vice chair for research in the Department of Surgery, has been named associate director for admissions of Feinberg’s Medical Scientist Training Program.
Children with a rare complication of diabetes may not need fluid administered slowly, in contrast to current treatment guidelines, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Improving recruitment and data collection is a central area of focus for Northwestern’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing, the largest LGBT health-focused research center in the country.
Northwestern Medicine scientists are using a variety of innovative techniques to uncover the epigenetics of breast cancer, as seen in three recent studies.
Students and faculty from the Medical Scientist Training Program shared scientific posters and listened to a pioneer physician-scientist discuss life after graduate school at the program’s annual student poster session.
A protein called tristetraprolin is activated during iron deficiency, lowering iron usage and preventing mitochondrial dysfunction, according to a recent Northwestern Medicine study.