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U of M Medical School researchers combine ultrasound with engineered glass particles to boost the effectiveness of immunotherapy to combat brain cancer.

New research from the University of Minnesota Medical School found a little stress can make the circadian clock run better and faster.

The findings suggest the combination of 107 compressions per minute and a depth of 4.7 cm (about 2 inches) in the first five minutes of CPR can be associated with significantly improved outcomes when Emergency Medical Services (EMS) rescuers are treating cardiac arrest outside the hospital.

Anna Wojcicki was one of 22 medical students selected to participate.

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.

The National Academy of Medicine has identified a CMV vaccine as being the highest public health priority for any new vaccine.

New research from the University of Minnesota Medical School has discovered critical mutations in molecules implicated in obesity, which may help inform the development of new anti-obesity therapies.

The University of Minnesota Medical School is at the forefront of developing a cell-based therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).

Study demonstrates that network-level brain activity can detect specific types of mental effort.

Researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Department of Surgery and Schulze Diabetes Institute have maintained long-term survival and function of pancreatic islet transplants despite complete discontinuation of all anti-rejection drugs on day 21 after the transplant.

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