The Institute for Protein Design at the UW School of Medicine will advance medicine and improve healthcare with an initial $45 million in funding through TED’s The Audacious Project
The Institute for Protein Design at the University of Washington School of Medicine describes the plans for its Audacious project, announced April 16, 2019
Advanced technologies can characterize structural variants in human genomes more thoroughly and may improve the power for discovery in clinical genetic research.
Study in JAMA Peditriatics characterizes homicides of adolescent victims who had relationships with perpetrators.
Results challenge the view that immunotherapies are unlikely to be effective against this deadly cancer, the researchers say.
A study published in Pediatrics shows more than 60 percent of the 1,025 parents surveyed would support age restrictions for tackling in youth football.
Experimental contraceptive decreased sperm production while preserving men's libido, study findings show.
Putting pacemakers and defibrillators into an antibacterial, absorbable envelope protects patients, study shows.
The landmark study of atrial fibrillation compared the catheter procedure with medication.
The nanoparticle platform for this respiratory syncytial virus study will be applied to vaccine research on flu, HIV, and more. Seattle startup Icosavax will advance related clinical trials.