Age-related breakdowns in regulatory mechanisms cause iron to build up in the brain, increasing oxidative stress and causing cellular damage, according to a recent Northwestern Medicine study.
Month: January 2022
Northwestern scientists have developed a new tool to harness immune cells from tumors to fight cancer rapidly and effectively.
Northwestern University scientists have discovered families of proteins in the body that could potentially predict which patients may reject a new organ transplant, helping inform decisions about care.
Jeremiah Stamler, MD, founding chair and professor emeritus of Preventive Medicine, passed away on January 26. He was 102 years old.
Northwestern University professors Paula H. Stern and Catherine Woolley have been selected 2021 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
A new therapy showed improvements over the standard treatment for relapsed B-cell lymphoma, according to a recent study.
Northwestern is part of a $170 million, multi-institution National Institutes of Health program that is the first comprehensive study to investigate precision nutrition.
Feinberg celebrated the life and work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Dream Week, featuring a candlelight vigil, an oratorical contest and conversations with Nikole Hannah-Jones.
Andrea Hall, PhD, a specialist microbiologist in the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists and a certified biosafety professional, is Feinberg’s new executive director for research facilities.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has found men’s scholarly productivity increased, but women physicians were submitting less during the increase in work-from-home during the pandemic.