Pre-submission applications are due Feb.15. An internal review is needed because there is a limit of one application from the University for the same type of instrument.
The study shows that age related mutations in white blood cell cells may cause cardiovascular disease. Understanding this could lead to the development of new therapies to treat heart and blood vessel ailments.
The study will help understanding of the human response to Ebola virus infection and will enable more effective patient care, resulting in improved clinical outcomes in future outbreaks.
Scientists are creating an induced pluripotent stem cell-based research library that opens the door to invaluable sickle cell disease research and therapy development.
A sampling of the private foundations accepting proposals for basic or clinical research with deadlines in March 2017.
On Jan. 1, Terence M. Keane, PhD, professor of psychiatry and assistant dean for research, took office as 2017 president of the American Psychological Foundation (APF).
Scott Hayes, PhD, found that older adults with good cardiac fitness may be keeping their brains in good shape.
New findings that appear in the journal Brain, show promise for detecting the influence of concussion on neurodegeneration.
Researchers have developed several performance measures for patients taking warfarin that may save lives and money.
Experts, including BUSM’s Elizabeth Pearce, have released new international guidelines for thyroid disease, which affects more than 300,000 pregnant women each year.