The goal is to empower early-career scientists with hands-on medical device design experience.
Month: October 2021
Wendy Kuohung, MD, received a one-year grant to study how genetic variants may predispose pregnant African Americans to an increased risk for preeclampsia.
Preventing vitamin D deficiency may be one way to reduce the disproportionately high rates.
The goal of the Community Catalyst Center (C3) is to foster holistic success for the diverse GMS student community by providing helpful resources, events, workshops and community chats.
Angelique Harris, PhD, was a contributor to the report as coauthor in her role as a member of the Committee on Understanding the Status and Wellbeing of Sexual and Gender Diverse Populations.
Martin’s first interview since 2016 to cap a two-day virtual conference Oct. 21-22 on the latest breakthroughs in CTE research.
Study finds exposure to a traumatic event may haunt you decades after the initial exposure.
Current tools have not performed well, resulting in underestimation of breast cancer risk in this population.
She will remain as Associate Provost/Dean ad interim for GMS through Dec. 31, 2021, or whenever her successor is selected and on the faculty as an associate professor of pathology & laboratory medicine thru June 30, 2022.
Study will focus on cognitive resilience among centenarians and their offspring.