MRI demonstrate that the amygdala grows too rapidly between 6 and 12 months of age, before characteristics of autism fully emerge
Vaccinated and boosted people interested in receiving additional investigational vaccine are being recruited.
The UW School of Medicine once again leads the nation for primary care education and family medicine training.
Paper in The Lancet offers guidance to help low- and middle-income countries cut early mortality from non-communicable diseases.
Discovery that Lamin B1 mutation causes odd-shaped nuclei may lead to improved leukemia care.
This technique may someday be available to patients at in-clinic visits without anesthesia, the researchers suggested.
A new method for generating potent, specific binding proteins yields candidate medicines for cancer, diabetes, inflammation and more.
A distinct immune response is observed in people who had COVID-19 and then got vaccinated.
The nearly 100,000 whole genome sequences reflect contributions from diverse participants.
“The number of children with sleep disturbances nearly doubled,” says a UW Medicine psychiatrist and sleep specialist.