Elizabeth Buffalo, professor of physiology and biophysics, looks at the neural dynamics at work in learning and remembering.
Approaches developed at the UW Institute of Protein Design might help researchers in the design of midsize drug compounds.
Computationally designed protein assemblies, which display functions associated with living things, may pose ways to transport therapeutic cargos into cells without using viruses as vehicles.
UW Medicine, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Seattle Children's will collaborate to discover personalized treatments based on patients' genetic and molecular profiles.
The numbers of new diagnoses are at their lowest level in decades.
UW research improves awareness of determinants of HIV infection, and might spur new approaches to prevention.
In a clinical trial, UW Medical Center deploys a warm-preservation device to transport the donor organ. The first patient received the liver from his sister, who had died unexpectedly.
Analysis points up relationship between cognitive decline and RNA, as well as tissue samples resilient to disease
A comparison of cystic fibrosis patients in the United States and Canada showed that, although the patients’ nutritional status and lung function improved in both countries from 1990 to 2013, the improvement rate was faster in the United States
“All Patients Safe” is an interactive video training available to all healthcare providers as required by new state law.