New pancreatic cells may allow doctors to treat diabetes patients with a single transplant.
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The University’s Oncology Research Group has begun a clinical trial for a vaccine aimed to combat anal cancer.
Researchers found that high social media use correlates with low GPAs among college women.
The 14th annual Barnes Lecture speaker discussed the relationship between science and politics.
Rahel Dette ‘13 collected personal narratives from Tunisians during a three-month fellowship.
Women and low-income individuals are also more likely to be prescribed high-risk medications.
Prof awarded funding for obesity research Akilah Dulin Keitah, assistant professor of behavioral and social sciences, received two years’ worth of funding to study childhood obesity in Southeast Asians earlier this month, according to a University press release. Keitah currently researches health disparities at the Brown Institute for Community Health [...]
The program has recently seen a steady increase in applicants from the humanities.
The plant is now a globally traded drug and is popular as a legal alternative to marijuana.
A drug used to treat ALS also affects a channel implicated in spinal muscular atrophy.