A new blood test can identify early-stage liver cancer, allowing clinicians to start treatment early, according to a new study.
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A new study has discovered previously unknown details about a mechanism that lets white blood cells travel from blood vessels into tissue, a process key to inflammation.
A molecule drastically reduced toxic proteins in human neuron cells with Huntington’s disease, representing a potential therapy for the deadly degenerative disease, according to a new study.
A new study has found that a particularly deadly form of pediatric brain tumor may have a weakness that could inspire future treatments.
Founders’ Day welcomes first-year medical students to campus, honors Feinberg’s founders and marks the official start of the academic year.
Northwestern Medicine scientists identified the mechanism that transports important neuroreceptors from sites outside to within the synapse, publishing their findings in Cell Reports.
Jessica Wang, a rising fourth-year student in the MD/MPH dual degree program, became interested in the opioid crisis during a public health class, and has continued to investigate the topic in addition to a wealth of other extracurriculars.
Scientists have identified a new gene that can inhibit a multi-protein complex, possibly increasing the risk of cancer, according to a new study published in Science Advances.
Sheetal Kircher, MD, ’11 GME, is laser-focused on cancer drug distribution and pricing: she spent a year as a health policy fellow at the ASCO and published a paper on the topic in JAMA.
Jordan Sell, a rising third-year student, has taken advantage of the wide range of opportunities at Feinberg.