Tag Archive | Science
Andrey Rzhetsky has created a unique genetic map that has the potential to help develop therapies against complex diseases.
A large, multi-phase study of teens by Kristen Jacobson and Pan Chen begins to build a blueprint for how to help at risk kids stay out of trouble.
Pediatric surgery, fighting cancer with the immune system, brain aging and more in this week’s LabBook.
Thomas Gajewski looks at how we can nudge the immune system to beat tumors on its own.
An interview with Jessica Kandel, MD, our new chief of pediatric surgery, on her research and what’s in store for surgical programs at Comer Children’s Hospital.
Spurred by the impact of toxoplasmosis in his native country of Morocco, Kamal El Bissati is on a mission to beat the notorious parasite.
Research by Alexander Chervonsky shows that bacteria living inside our bodies drive gender differences in autoimmune diseases like type 1 diabetes and lupus.
In September’s Science Life podcast, an unlimited source ofantibodies, virus-loaded stem cells and the earliest known member of the most successful group of mammals in history.
Summer research projects, cancer big data, arsenic and more in this week’s huge Labor Day edition of LabBook.
We already knew chronic arsenic exposure was bad. Now add lung damage to its list of harmful effects.