New research from Northwestern investigators has demonstrated a method for engineering bone surfaces to improve the quality of bone grafts.
Month: June 2023
Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered a novel mechanism that regulates neutrophil recruitment into tissue during inflammation, which could be targeted to treat different inflammatory diseases and conditions, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Adding a checkpoint inhibitor to conventional chemotherapy improved outcomes for patients with relapsed or refractory classic Hodgkin lymphoma, according to a Northwestern Medicine phase II clinical trial published in JAMA Oncology.
Douglas E. Vaughan, MD, has announced his intention to step down as chair of The Department of Medicine, effective September 1; Susan Quaggin, MD, has been named as his successor.
The Center for Health Equity Transformation (CHET) held its annual Juneteenth Celebration of Black Culture, Art and Music webinar on June 15, and featured a discussion exploring persistent health disparities experienced by the Black community.
Sam Weinberg, ‘19 MD, PhD, has won the Burroughs Wellcome Fund Career Award for Medical Scientists, a prestigious award given to early-career physician-scientists.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified a novel vulnerability in a subset of genes commonly mutated in cancer, according to a study recently published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation.
People genetically predisposed to have high LDL cholesterol are at an increased risk for coronary heart disease even if their cholesterol levels are only modestly elevated, according to a recent study published in Circulation.
A newly developed “peanut patch” is a safe and effective way to desensitize toddlers allergic to peanuts, according to findings published in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Fathers can make a significant difference in whether an infant is breastfed and placed to sleep safely, according to a recent survey of new fathers.