Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered two ways to preserve diseased upper motor neurons that would normally be destroyed in ALS.
Author: Marla Paul
Northwestern University scientists have developed a first-of-its-kind small, flexible, stretchable bandage that accelerates healing by delivering electrotherapy directly to the wound site.
Scientists have developed the first wearable device to track how much people use their voices, alerting them to overuse before fatigue and potential injury set in.
A new Northwestern Medicine study shows antibodies generated by prior vaccinations or infections can actually “hurt” subsequent COVID-19 booster shots.
Arthur Prindle, PhD, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation.
A Northwestern resident physician has argued for the creation of a new federal department to lead a national “decarceration” program.
Transgender and nonbinary youth experienced sustained improvements in depression and anxiety over two years after starting treatment with gender-affirming hormones, according to a recent study.
A new way to significantly increase the potency of almost any vaccine has been developed by Northwestern scientists.
Feinberg has named two new associate deans: Kathryn Hufmeyer, MD, has been named associate dean for curriculum, and Linda Suleiman, MD, has been promoted to associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Northwestern scientists have created the first highly mature neurons from human induced pluripotent stem cells, a feat that opens new opportunities for medical research and potential transplantation therapies for neurodegenerative diseases.