Several CWIMS events in the near future will fortify the group’s mission to connect and collaborate with a variety of audiences.
Michael Kyba, PhD, Darko Bosnakovski, DVM, PhD, and their team discovered a way to deactivate DUX4 and take away the toxic effects in cells, as well as in a mouse model for FSHD.
New research has shown that survival outcomes for pediatric cancer patients after an organ transplant were very promising and appeared similar to general outcomes. This study demonstrated it is a viable option for physicians and insurance companies to consider when making a decision.
On July 31, Cardio Palooza broke records and brought in more than 200 scholars from throughout the University, including 84 poster presenters and 36 faculty judges.
Clinicians and researchers are using blood samples and Pap smears to evaluate for proteins that may be more common in women with ovarian cancer, hoping to one day develop a screening test.
The National Academy of Medicine has identified a CMV vaccine as being the highest public health priority for any new vaccine.
Each year, Minnesota Monthly releases its list of Top Doctors, who are chosen based on medical expertise and peer nominations.
Dr. Bernadette Gillick has received an R21 Exploratory/Developmental grant from the National Institutes of Health/Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development.
Cytomegalovirus or CMV is a common virus that infects people of all ages. Over half of adults by age 40 have been infected with CMV.
Study demonstrates that network-level brain activity can detect specific types of mental effort.