Research by UW Medicine and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation aims to discern prevalence of infection across Washington state.
A single dose induced antibodies in young and old animal models. The vaccine's design has advantages of safety, cost, scalability, and storage.
Updated device also records brain signals so physicians can better manage patients’ conditions such as Parkinson’s, essential tremor and epilepsy.
The program was created to help improve health-care access and reduce the shortage of health-care providers in the state.
This achievement is part of a broader effort to assemble a more complete reference sequence of the human genome.
Results of antibody testing of frontline employees at UW Medicine indicate that steps taken to protect healthcare workers are effective
Study may help explain how genes and other factors influence an individual’s response to restricting calories.
UW microbiologists discovered a bacterial toxin that, when engineered, is a key part of a gene editor that can make single-base changes in human mitochondria.
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A national partnership, funded by the NIH, will evaluate the use of genomic information in the health care of diverse participants