In a recent Cancer Cell publication, protein EZH2 was shown to play a crucial role in the body’s ability to produce antibodies and, when mutated, causes cancer in white blood cells.
Michelle Oliveira Fernandes and the Tourtellotte lab have been studying the way Egr3 affects a person’s ability to know where his or her limbs are in space.
The center, led by Leena Sharma, MD, has expanded to include a strengthening program in osteoarthritis research and a focus on health care utilization, with particular emphasis on underserved minorities.
A new Northwestern Medicine® study has found that high financial debt is associated with higher diastolic blood pressure and poorer self-reported general and mental health in young adults.
If you have insomnia, you can’t exercise yourself into sleep right away, according to a Northwestern Medicine® study. It takes time for the positive effects of daily activity to kick in.
Simple tests that measure the ability to recognize individuals such as Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, or Oprah Winfrey may help doctors identify early dementia in those 40 to 65 years of age, according to new Northwestern Medicine® research.
John Friedewald, MD, and Michael Abecassis, MD/MBA, hope to advance the findings in The New England Journal of Medicine during two clinical trials to take place at Feinberg.
This summer, the first class of medical students began their Area of Scholarly Concentration research projects, a new requirement under the revised curriculum. Three students decided to take their project overseas.
Xin “Lucy” Liu, MD, PhD, has published a paper in Pediatrics that points toward a connection between a toddler’s ability to overcome the effects of low vitamin D levels at birth with later food sensitization and allergy.
Published in Human Molecular Genetics, research from the lab of Christine DiDonato, PhD, has helped bring a potential therapy for spinal muscular atrophy into clinical trial.