Brian Garibaldi, MD, MEHP, professor of Medicine and of Physiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, has been named the Charles Horace Mayo Professor of Medicine and the inaugural director of the new Center for Bedside Medicine at Northwestern.
An analysis of NIH training grants has illustrated systematic disadvantages among the trainees who receive the awards.
A new study has found the immune system in the blood of Alzheimer’s patients is epigenetically altered, and many of these altered genes are the same ones that increase an individual’s risk for Alzheimer’s.
Northwestern Medicine has launched the Human Longevity Laboratory, a longitudinal, cross-sectional study that will investigate the relationship between chronological age and biological age and validate interventions that may reverse or slow down the processes of aging.
In findings published in Nature, scientists may have found a way around the limitations of engineered T-cells by borrowing a few tricks from cancer itself.
Northwestern University scientists have developed the first selective nanoparticle therapy to prevent allergic reactions, which can range in severity from itchy hives and watery eyes to trouble breathing and even death.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has identified short strands of toxic RNAs that contribute to brain cell death and DNA damage in Alzheimer’s and aged brains.
The Northwestern Medical Orchestra entered its seventh year with growth in participants and audience alike, and a performance of a composition by Bienen School of Music’s new dean, Jonathan Bailey Holland.
Nearly two-thirds of patients with diabetes either discontinued their second-line medication, switched to a different medication class or intensified their treatment, according to a recent study.
Brian Mustanski, PhD, director of the Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing, has been appointed to the Advisory Committee to the Director of National Institutes of Health.