Study highlights the importance and potential promise of targeting structures other than cartilage pathology for the treatment of osteoarthritis.
The two-year, $250,000 grant from the Harry J. Lloyd Charitable Trust will enable her to further basic science research on the molecular and cellular biology of melanoma.
The four-year project focuses on the connections of heart and brain health, specifically in the areas of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Future work is needed to examine whether exposure to institutional and daily racism accelerates conversion to Alzheimer’s dementia and/or increases levels of AD biomarkers.
Targeting areas with high opioid and firearm use may be a better strategy for prevention.
Funding will provide more accurate, sensitive standardized testing for sexual assault victims.
Largest-Ever Study of Prostate Cancer Genomics in Black Patients IDs Potential Targets for Precision Therapies
Black patients should also benefit from recently approved PARP inhibitor therapies “if applied equitably.”
Using trauma-informed principles in telehealth visits may mitigate health impacts of COVID-19 while increasing engagement in care and opportunities for protective, healing connections.
Understanding cell communication believed to be the key to developing new and improved medications for a wide range of health conditions.
Samples are available for any academic investigator working on possible treatment options.