A colonoscopy maneuver to better detect polyps in the right colon is often poorly preformed in practice, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.
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Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified a critical checkpoint in transcription elongation, the process of synthesizing RNA from a DNA template.
Unionized surgical resident programs are more likely to offer additional vacation time and housing stipends, but unions had no impact on burnout, mistreatment or other benefits, according to a recent study.
Genomic autopsy of young individuals who experienced sudden death revealed many had known genetic variants that are associated with cardiomyopathy.
Northwestern Medicine scientists continue to investigate all aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic: from molecular mechanisms of infection, to child hospitalization and single-dose vaccine response.
Fluorescent indocarbocyanine lipid labels show improved distribution within glioblastoma brain tumors, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.
Migrating cells use stiffened microtubules to push through tissue barriers, seeking out weak points in tissue, according to a recent study.
Inefficient cardiac repair after heart attacks is partially driven by a maladapted response to a low oxygen environment by immune cells, according to a study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.
Founders’ Day welcomes first-year medical students to campus, honors Feinberg’s founders and marks the official start of the academic year.
Losing a check on T-cell activation in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma cells is associated with poor outcomes, according to a study published in Blood.