A report on archaic DNA in the genomes of modern people, published March 15 in Cell, expands the understanding of human origins.
A UW Medicine surgeon performed a landmark procedure this week, implanting tiny steroid-releasing devices in a patient’s sinuses to reduce the recurrence of nasal polyps. It was the device’s first West Coast deployment and the third such U.S.
The University of Washington School of Medicine, part of UW Medicine, will establish the world’s first academic department devoted to the science of health metrics.
In thousands of single cells from embryos, both cell type and developmental stage can be deduced from measurements of chromatin accessibility.
Seattle Reign FC and UW Medicine have announced a three-year partnership that makes UW Medicine the Official Health Partner of the club.
Fringe loan services may cost poor and working class Americans not only their finances, but also their health, a first-of-its-kind study shows.
Improving the trafficking of cellular proteins in brain cells holds possibilities for new treatments and even prevention for Alzheimer's disease, results of a new study suggest.
In the living world, transmembrane proteins are found embedded in the membrane of all cells and cellular organelles. They are essential for them to function normally.
An insulin-mimicking peptide has now been shown to not only lower blood sugars, but also slow the progression of atherosclerosis in mice.
A new research alliance between the University of Washington, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Takeda Pharmaceutical Co.