Integrating social determinants of health helped mitigate bias when predicting long-term outcomes for heart failure patients, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.
Month: December 2022
Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified pathogenic variants in two genes linked to microcephaly and other neurodevelopmental disorders in children, according to a recent study published in Nature Communications.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has discovered the role of cerebrospinal fluid in cognitive impairment, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
In a new study, Northwestern investigators used artificial intelligence to analyze data from a wide variety of tissues, and discovered that the length of genes can explain most molecular-level changes that occur during aging.
A recent parent survey has identified intergenerational trends in swimming skills, with stark racial and ethnic differences.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have identified novel intracellular mechanisms that could serve as future therapeutic targets for inflammatory skin diseases.
Chorine Adewale, a second-year medical student, analyzed data from a Chicago-based LGBTQ healthcare provider and found some patients may not be properly diagnosed because criteria don’t account for trans and gender non-conforming patients.
Feinberg’s Robert J. Havey, MD Institute for Global Health hosted the 11th annual Global Health symposium on December 2, celebrating global health research, education and outreach efforts from Feinberg global health investigators, faculty, students and community partners.
Medical students and disability advocates gathered at the second Disability Advocacy Coalition in Medicine Interprofessional Virtual Conference to address ableism in medicine and medical education.
Investigators have identified previously unknown sets of epigenetic changes in pediatric brain tumors, which could serve as novel therapeutic targets and provide alternative treatment options.