The study is the first to investigate the efficacy of transgender treatment in terms of achieving targeted and subsequent stability of testosterone levels over a prolonged period.
The study results, published in JAMA Pediatrics, highlights a need for more research on ultrasound characteristics and fetal development.
Research led by Gerald V. Denis, PhD, and first author Guillaume Andrieu, PhD, appeared in the journal Molecular Cancer Research
Kotýnková is aiming to mechanistically define how breast cancer cells adapt to possessing an abnormal number of chromosomes.
Tsuneya Ikezu, MD, PhD, Collaborates with Industry to Study Effects of AD-associated Genetic Variants on Brain
The goal is to understand the mechanisms underlying known genetic drivers of microglial malfunction, which are believed to play a central role in the pathogenesis of AD dementia.
The $225,000 award will allow Kaserman to study carriers of Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1), a genetic condition, that may result in serious lung disease in adults and/or liver disease at any age.
The $1 million, five-year, grant will continue to fund her research on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Researchers have found that 15 percent of adult ibuprofen users exceed the maximum recommended dose of ibuprofen or other NSAIDs in a one-week period.
Congratulations to Tarik Haydar, PhD; Tsuneya Ikezu, MD, PhD; Michael Esterman, PhD; and Maria Medalla, PhD.
Study finds it’s as good as physical therapy for relieving lower back pain.