Among the more than 300 Internal Medicine residency programs to receive physician nominations, the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University collected the 10th most.
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Part of the $8 million multinational TumAdoR project, the study investigates the CD73 enzyme, which is overexpressed in many different forms of the disease.
Christian Stehlik and colleagues have learned how the molecular sensors that detect viruses and trigger defensive inflammatory responses are controlled.
Yeongchi Wu, MD, has spent more than a decade perfecting a sustainable and cost-effective manner to create prosthetics and orthotics in the developing world.
The Disterhoft lab has illustrated how neuronal activity varies in the pre-frontal cortex as the brain shifts from attention to recollection of long-term memory.
Anthony J. Schaeffer, MD ’68, has announced he intends to step down as chair of the Department of Urology. Dr. Schaeffer will continue his role as a distinguished member of the faculty, and will continue to serve as chair until a new one is appointed.
With its recent renewal, Feinberg’s Udall Center of Excellence for Parkinson’s Disease Research is one of 10 such centers funded by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
More than 90 percent of adult social media users surveyed in a recent study would share their health records anonymously to help improve the care they and future patients receive, as well as to support medical research.
The discovery of an enzyme that is highly activated in cells from the joint fluid of rheumatoid arthritis patients may provide a new therapeutic target for the 1 million Americans affected by the disease.
Anis Contractor, PhD, associate professor in Physiology, recently published findings on what causes delays in synaptic and neuronal development in the cortex, hallmarks of fragile X syndrome, the most common known cause of autism.