A new blood test can identify early-stage liver cancer, allowing clinicians to start treatment early, according to a new study.
Monthly Archives: August, 2019
A new study has discovered previously unknown details about a mechanism that lets white blood cells travel from blood vessels into tissue, a process key to inflammation.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have rescued movement in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease by restoring the intrinsic discharge of nerve cells within the subthalamic nucleus.
A procedure called POEM significantly improved treatment outcomes among patients with achalasia — a rare swallowing disorder — compared with a standard therapy, according to a clinical trial published in JAMA.
A molecule drastically reduced toxic proteins in human neuron cells with Huntington’s disease, representing a potential therapy for the deadly degenerative disease, according to a new study.
Feinberg has announced the launch of the new Northwestern University Data Analysis and Coordinating Center, with the goal of synergizing all components of the clinical research study life cycle.
A new exhibit at Galter Health Sciences Library and Learning Center showcases the medical experiences of hundreds of Northwestern physicians, nurses, dentists and enlisted men in World War II.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered the molecular mechanism by which voltage-dependent gates regulate the flow of ions in a unique sub-class of proteins called polycystic receptor potential channels.
A new study has found that a particularly deadly form of pediatric brain tumor may have a weakness that could inspire future treatments.