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Northwestern Medicine scientists have developed a new high-throughput sequencing tool to test how drugs interact with genetically modified cells.
A series of recent discoveries by Northwestern Medicine scientists point to a more nuanced understanding of how epigenetic regulators function.
Using proxy measures of preparedness for hypertension or diabetes care did not accurately assess the ability of low- and middle-income countries to treat patients, according to a study published in PLOS Medicine.
A signaling molecule produced by the lymphatic vasculature could be used to promote cardiac repair after heart attack, according to a Northwestern Medicine study published in Nature.
Double lung transplants performed by Northwestern Medicine surgeons in patients with irreversible lung damage from COVID-19 helped save lives, according to a recent study.
Rosalia Garcia, a first-year student in the Physician Assistant (PA) Program, has started a dialogue program for PA students and taken a leadership role in the Students for Patient Advocacy and Research in the Community group.
In late March, the world came to a virtual standstill. The COVID-19 pandemic forced leaders around the world to limit large gatherings and shutter schools and businesses. For Feinberg’s research enterprise, this was a serious disruption — but science kept moving forward.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has identified tissue-specific epigenetic regulators in zebrafish, filling in a longtime gap in the understanding of the organism’s genome.
Mutations in PCM1, a gene involved in the formation of cilia, were linked with schizophrenia in a variety of animal models and in human genome analysis, according to a recent study.