RNA contact with tau protein spurs neurofibrillary tangles in the brain — a defining hallmark of Alzheimer’s and other diseases.
For decades, laboratories have routinely adjusted test-result values of alpha fetoprotein by approximately 10% for Black mothers.
Analysis of the outbreak shed light on its origins and transmission patterns, and assessed treatment and infection control.
Starting in 2024, UW School of Medicine will cease contributing data to U.S. News & World Report's medical school rankings.
BBVA Foundation honors UW Medicine's David Baker for advancing artificial intelligence in protein design.
Study reveals new therapeutic target to subdue autoimmune inflammation caused by loss of regulatory T cell function.
The $20 million in philanthropic support makes this the largest, publicly announced medical school deanship in the country.
Treatment of childhood-onset hearing loss can be more precisely tailored with information on specific genetic cause.
A small pilot, the first such test in humans, will examine whether higher-caloric meals create inflammation in the hypothalamus.
A variety of resources and enjoyable activities are offered for people with memory loss, their caregivers and families.