Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Medicine/Infectious Diseases Jai Marathe, MBBS!
Uses same science as newly FDA approved COVID-19 vaccines.
A new report led by Emelia J. Benjamin, MD, ScM, builds upon a recently conducted NHLBI’s virtual workshop that focused on identifying key research priorities related to AF screening.
Despite a similar chemical composition, the structural properties of hair vary between different ethnicities and, consequently, the aging of hair differs as well.
Congratulations to Drs. Dennis Jones, Kristýna Kotýnková, Neil J. Ganem, Hui Feng and Rachel L. Flynn!
May provide a new way to diagnose CTE in the living.
There is little data on the severity of disease among people living with AD currently available.
These findings will facilitate virology studies that impact human health.
Women living in states in which in DBNs are mandated had higher rates of being informed about personal breast density and of having had breast density discussions with providers, though rates were low overall.
New study evaluates the efficacy of a prototype device that can be used during common otolaryngologic procedures that generate significant aerosols and droplets.