In findings published in Nature, scientists may have found a way around the limitations of engineered T-cells by borrowing a few tricks from cancer itself.
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Twelve Feinberg faculty members were named to the 2023 “Highly Cited Researchers” list, published by Clarivate Analytics. The annual list identifies investigators who have demonstrated significant influence in their field through the publication of highly cited publications during the last decade.
A newly developed synthetic melanin, mimicking the natural melanin in human skin, can be applied topically to injured skin, where it accelerates wound healing.
Investigators have discovered novel intercellular “crosstalk” between epidermal keratinocytes and melanoma cells that promotes cancer growth and metastasis, which could also serve as biomarkers for early cancer detection, according to a recent Northwestern Medicine study.
Northwestern Medicine investigators have discovered how the PD-1 protein controls essential metabolic processes in tumor cells to promote cancer growth in T-cell non-Hodgkin lymphomas, according to a study published in Nature Cancer.
Northwestern University investigators have developed the first electronic device for continuously monitoring the health of transplanted organs in real time.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have revealed how a gene considered essential for histone modification regulates skin development, according to a recent study published in Nature Communications.
A newly developed wireless implant monitors and treats heart disease, then harmlessly dissolves inside the body, bypassing the need for extraction.
The Feinberg Academy of Medical Educators recently hosted Brian Garibaldi, MD, associate professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, who visited Northwestern to lead a workshop and lecture on the importance of the physical exam as part of the TIME (Today’s Innovations in Medical Education) lecture series.
Northwestern scientists discovered how to soften hair follicle stem cells to enable them to grow hair again, according to a study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.