New research suggests that individuals who are physically active before suffering a stroke tend to have better outcomes.
The team will lead a clinical study focused on assessing the potential of intravenous ultrasound, an emerging technique, to investigate and diagnose the mechanical properties of central venous stenosis.
The day-long symposium focused on the health of active-duty women and female veterans, and featured topics such as PTSD, brain injury, cancer and poor perinatal health and their impacts on women who serve.
According to findings in BMC Genomics it is essential that model’s infections are fully examined to ensure they at least somewhat mimic what occurs in humans.
By changing the levels of sugars that cover the surface of proteins, researchers could alter neuronal metabolism and significantly enhance neuronal regeneration after injury.
Use of HIV RNA Expression Inhibitors May Restore Immune Function in HIV-Infected Individuals on cART
Researchers believe findings might provide an explanation for the observed chronic inflammation-associated morbidities in HIV-infected individuals who are on cART.
A new study has shown that genital warts may promote HIV sexual transmission and, in turn, their treatment and prevention could help decrease the spread of the disease.
Dr. Mez, assistant professor of neurology, has received a three-year, $1.2 million grant from the Department of Defense.
Corresponding author Thomas M. Rünger, MD, PhD, professor of dermatology, pathology, and laboratory medicine, feels that this is a major step forward.
The class included 13 undergraduates from across the country and three current BUSM students.