Gentle noise stimulation synchronized with an individual’s brainwaves boosted cardiovascular health, according to a recent study.
In a study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, Northwestern Medicine scientists identified a new therapeutic target that may help protect kidney function in patients with diabetes.
Increased consumption of eggs and dietary cholesterol is linked to a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death, according to a new study.
Northwestern investigators are building a multi-disciplinary enterprise that is making critical discoveries in maternal-fetal health, with significant clinical implications and real-world consequences.
Feinberg has been named as one of the top 20 best research-oriented medical schools in the country, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.
A recent Northwestern Medicine study found that patients with glioblastoma responded better or worse to immunotherapy depending on the presence of certain mutations in their tumors.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered that an existing therapy used to treat Alzheimer’s disease might also work on patients with Primary Progressive Aphasia, a type of dementia that destroys language and currently has no treatment.
First-time women principal investigator scientists received considerably less funding from the National Institutes of Health compared to first-time male principal investigators, reports a new Northwestern study published in JAMA.
Barbara Meyer, PhD, will deliver the keynote address at Feinberg’s 15th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day, held Thursday, April 4, 2019.
According to a recent study, a novel nanoparticle-based drug repaired neurons and improved microvasculature in a mouse model of spinocerebellar ataxia 1, a degenerative disease that affects the cerebellum.