Yvette Wong, PhD, assistant professor in the Ken and Ruth Davee Department of Neurology, has received the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award, which supports early-career investigators conducting unconventional and innovative research projects in the biomedical, behavioral or social sciences.
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Blocking an inhibitory pathway within a subset of specialized T-cells may improve overall immune response against virally driven cancers, according to findings published in Nature.
First-year medical student Cheryl Mensah is looking forward to using the knowledge, skills and clinical experience she’ll acquire during medical school to educate and empower patients and advocate for health equity.
Senior medical students and residents joined together to learn about and practice advanced physical diagnosis skills during a recent workshop on September 15.
An international team of investigators have released the first-ever study to examine total energy expenditure over the course of the human lifespan, shedding light on human development and aging.
On September 10, the 36 new students in Feinberg’s Physician Assistant Program Class of 2023 received their white coats during an official ceremony held in the Hughes Auditorium.
Epigenetic aging could serve as a promising biomarker for measuring long-term cardiovascular health and disease risk, according to a recent Northwestern Medicine study.
Priscilla Ambrosi, a student in Northwestern University’s Interdepartmental Neuroscience (NUIN) PhD program, investigates midbrain dopamine circuits and how they control the automation of motor programs.
Women with early, nonviable pregnancies of unknown location who were given an active management strategy had more successful pregnancy resolutions than those given an expectant management strategy, according to a randomized clinical trial published in JAMA.
A novel combination treatment may increase the ability of monoclonal antibodies to control viral infection in patients diagnosed with HIV, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.