These National Institutes of Health grants will support trailblazing ideas for solving critical questions in biomedical science.
In a large U.S. trial, more than 70% of patients randomized to receive antibiotics ultimately avoided surgery, investigators found.
The role in a national trial could validate the technology as a predictor for drug therapies’ effectiveness against patients’ kidney diseases.
It's something that humans and hibernating squirrels have in common: Iodide dampens harm of stress-induced inflammation.
Radiator-like fluid systems adjust the genetic wiring inside human liver cells in preliminary work toward artificial organ-tissue engineering
King County rapidly modified procedures to safeguard emergency medical responders' exposure while responding to calls.
The coronavirus pandemic has created a new sense of urgency to lower the prevalence of diabetes.
Powerful antibody cocktail lock infection machinery, inhibits SARS-CoV-2 attachment to cells, and protects exposed animals.
A study reveals patterns – at times disturbing – of how research is received and disseminated through social media.
More study is needed to know whether this change improves antiviral defenses or causes harmful inflammation, UW Medicine researchers say.