In mass disasters this type of information may ultimately aid in the victim identification process.
These findings may help in identifying unknown remains.
An elbow can help identify skeletal remains of Thai descent.
The findings have implications for the development of personalized anti‐hypertensive therapeutics.
Although the study results do not directly suggest any novel therapies, a better understanding of these processes is likely to lead to them.
Study Provides More Evidence of Behavioral, Biological Similarities Between Compulsive Overeating and Drug Addiction
Does yo-yo dieting drive compulsive eating? There may be a connection.
The five-year, P30 Center Grant will allow for further clinical research in rheumatology at the BU Core Center for Clinical Research.
These injections may accelerate arthritis and joint destruction.
Researchers discover a strong link between years of football play and rising CTE risk
Christine Cheng, PhD, assistant professor of biology, and Ben Wolozin, MD, PhD, professor of pharmacology and neurology, and their team have been awarded $250,000 to improve our ability to model brain diseases using a synthetic 3-D brain organoid.