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Friday, May 24, 2019

She hopes new information will yield an alternative to surgery, which is standard care for people who are cross-eyed or have a wandering eye.

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synthetic protein that moves in response to its environment
May 16, 2019

Designing biological movement on the nanometer scale

Scientists have designed proteins that move in response to acid, a technology that might help medications enter cells.

picture of Dr. Randall Bly, an assistant professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the UW School of Medicine who practices at Seattle Children's Hospital, uses the app and funnel to check his daughter's ear.
May 15, 2019

1st smartphone app can detect ear infections in children

With a phone and small paper funnel, software is highly effective in sensing fluid buildup behind eardrum.

Dr. Stanley Herring looks at brain scans
May 14, 2019

10 years ago: Lystedt concussion law made U.S. sports safer

UW Medicine was instrumental to legislation that sparked nationwide change toward care and protection of young athletes.