BUMC Investigators, graduate students and faculty members are invited to a grant preparation workshop to learn about the process of submitting individual research grants to the NIH.
Researchers identify the miR-124 molecule as major player in the signaling cascade that determines whether or not the specific cell type will live or die.
BU’s Center for Regenerative Medicine won the 2017 AAMC Sharing Research Resources Award for their commitment to open-source biology.
For the first time, researchers from BUSM have shown that there is a way to reduce cancer risk in redheads.
The three-year grant renewal allows BU researchers to continue their work understanding genetic risk factors and studying AD’s impact on caregivers
Learn about the resources available to support developing, submitting and managing grants.
Spending less time in REM sleep and taking longer to enter REM sleep are separately associated with a higher risk of developing dementia.
BUSM researchers collaborated with international colleagues to examine risk factors for TB in Southern India that include alcohol use and malnutrition.
His study will focus on developing models for smarter artery care.
Men who undergo testosterone treatment may experience fewer urinary symptoms such as frequent urination, incomplete bladder emptying, weak urinary stream and waking up at night to urinate.