Study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry by Crystal Clark, MD, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, shows the blood concentration of the commonly used drug lamotrigine decreases in pregnant women.
Delivered to mouse models, a novel therapeutic based on nanotechnology was found to turn off a gene critical in the development of glioblastomas, significantly increasing survival rates.
Comprised of the world-class Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute and Feinberg
Cardiovascular Research Institute, the Heart Institutes at Northwestern Medicine are poised to become a recognized leader in cardiovascular medicine through clinical excellence and the discovery of innovative new therapies.
Scientists at the Northwestern University Prosthetics-Orthotics Center recently used an existing assessment tool to quantify issues of balance in individuals with lower-limb amputation. Findings were published in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
The nanoscientist is one of 28 investigators named in the annual “Thomson Reuters Predicts Nobel Laureates” study, which has accurately forecasted 27 winners since its inception in 2002.
Recently published research by Liang Zhou, MD, PhD, has revealed that the aryl hydrocarbon receptor helps fight infection and keeps the body from attacking itself.
Smoking at least a pack a day also increases the odds of this community developing a severe and harder to treat form of the disease.
Shirley Chi, MD’01, GME’02, discusses how her education at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine shaped her career as a dermatologist, teacher, and advocate.
The finding offers a potentially new way to enhance typical daytime treatment of phobias by adding a nighttime element.
A Northwestern University-led research team underscores the importance of the biological timing system to the proper use of stored fuel.