Risk-raising mutations, which occurred in children but not their parents, were found in both protein-coding and regulatory portions of the genome.
UW Medicine is one of seven U.S. sites testing whether a warm-preservation system is as effective as puting organs on ice for travel.
Cannabidiol treatment of mice with this genetic condition reduces epileptic seizures and autism-like behaviors.
Research explores 2,817 attacks from 2002 to 2016 in select high-income nations, including the United States
To sustain engineered organs, the ability to generate vascular systems similar to parts of the body's own circulation will be critical.
By creating mini-kidney organoids that contain a realistic micro-anatomy, UW Medicine researchers track early stages of polycystic kidney disease.
Scientists have created a way to generate thousands of different mini-protein binders as possible drug candidates.
Information-technology leader comes from University Hospitals in Cleveland
UW Medicine scientists are discovering how the brain functions when figuring out shapes that are fully seen or partially covered.
School of Public Health conducts first such study of minimum-wage policy at local-level supermarkets