The research infrastructure BUSM researchers have created that has resulted in numerous publications, new research grants and training opportunities.
Data from the Framingham Heart Study shows brain aging and increased risk for stroke and dementia.
Faculty, postdocs, students and staff working on Global Health research are invited to explore synergistic and networking opportunities at a roundtable discussion.
Interpersonal abuse before 18 can have dramatic and long-lasting effects on the development of the brain.
Lee Wetzler, MD, and his team have discovered a protein they believe would help make vaccinations more effective and provide protection from other diseases, such as cancer.
A new approach for growing and studying cells could lead to curing lung diseases through “personalized medicine.”
Corresponding author Esther Bullitt, PhD, associate professor of physiology and biophysics explains that this may lead to the development of new vaccines and treatments.
A new study has found a way to potentially “silence” Ebola virus-infected macrophages.
With strong bipartisan support for NIH funding, deep cuts unlikely to pass.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has announced the national competition for the appointment of outstanding scientists as HHMI investigators.