UW Medicine and LifeCenter Northwest partnered on a momentous donation-after-circulatory-death procedure for an Oregon man.
This damage occurs even if the mother has a mild case of COVID-19, OB-GYN researchers found.
UW Medicine is part of a study aiming to enroll more than 500 adults with the virus, including pregnant and immune-deficient people.
Papers in Science show how machine learning can accelerate solutions for protein design challenges.
In addition, a practice advisory issued this week says pregnant and lactating individals should get booster jabs.
The NIH program aims to develop model datasets that medical scientists can broadly explore with artificial intelligence algorithms.
Encouraging immune-response and safety data emerge from preliminary human test of a genetically attenuated parasite vaccine.
A basket-shaped retrieval device was delivered by catheter into a patient's heart to safely remove a benign lesion.
Seeking gender-affirming surgery can mean a long drive and increased costs, according to new research.
“Do not resuscitate” preferences are often suspended by heart programs for patients who undergo aortic valve replacement.