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New Alzheimer’s treatment targets identified
Four physician-scientists named Dean’s Scholars
Ching, Sinopoli to study brain dynamics, learning
COVID-19 aggravates antibiotic misuse in India
A promising new pathway to treating type 2 diabetes
Researcher receives NIH funding for zebrafish work
COVID-19 vaccine generates immune structures critical for lasting immunity
Virus that causes COVID-19 can find alternate route to infect cells
New snack foods nurture healthy gut microbiome
Investigational Alzheimer’s drug improves biomarkers of disease
Protein linked to heart health, disease a potential therapeutic target for dementia
Lang named to national child health advisory council
Saving front-line workers
COVID-19 dual-antibody therapies effective against variants in animal study
Bergom honored by Radiation Research Society
Blood cancer patients with COVID-19 fare better with convalescent plasma
Immune system protein may defend against deadly intestinal disease in babies
Cheng honored for work to advance pain relief without adverse effects
School-based COVID-19 testing initiative focuses on vulnerable populations
RNA: A new method to discover its high-resolution structure
Improving dialysis through design
Study sheds light on treatment options for devastating childhood brain cancer
Rural residents, American Indians travel farthest for certified stroke care
New drug effective against lung cancers caused by common genetic error
New method predicts chemotherapy effectiveness after one treatment
Better implant device may ease therapy for Type 1 diabetes
Optic nerve firing may spark growth of vision-threatening childhood tumor
Burgers receives $3.5M NIH grant
Consequences of malnutrition are inheritable
Delaying lung cancer surgery associated with higher risk of recurrence, death
Brain tumors caused by normal neuron activity in mice predisposed to such tumors
For men, low testosterone means high risk of severe COVID-19
Humphreys named vice president of research society for physician-scientists
Good news: Mild COVID-19 induces lasting antibody protection
Kwon named committee vice chair by epidemiology society
Western diet may increase risk of gut inflammation, infection
Gordon study on childhood malnutrition honored for its impact
Alcohol problems severely undertreated
How body builds a healthy relationship with “good” gut bacteria
Triple-negative breast cancer more deadly for African American women
WashU, Pitt awarded $10.7 million for Alzheimer’s disease research
Study: Researchers use eel-like protein to control brain
Finding alternatives to traditional antibiotics aim of $11 million grant
Darcy receives Gold Medal from interventional radiology society
Sugar-sweetened drinks linked to increased risk of colorectal cancer in women under 50
Michael E. Hughes, assistant professor of pulmonary medicine, 41
Mutation Reduces Accuracy of Diagnostic Test for SARS-CoV-2
Pitt Awarded $10.7M for Alzheimer’s Disease Genetic Research