New research on how cancer mutations influence a certain type of receptor on the cell membrane opens the way for the development of tailored drugs for certain cancers, such as rectal cancer and lung cancer. This according to researchers at Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet and Uppsala University, who have been collaborating with researchers in the UK […]Continue Reading ...
At the Steven Z. Miller Student Clinician’s Ceremony, 153 members of the VP&S Class of 2021 marked the start of their patient-centered training in hospital and ambulatory settings.Continue Reading ...
August 14, 2018 A class of proteins that has generated significant interest for its potential to treat diseases, has for the first time, been shown to be effective in reducing relapse, or drug-seeking behaviors, in a preclinical study. Published online in July in Biological Psychiatry, the University at Buffalo research reveals important new information about […]Continue Reading ...
Any backpacker touring on a shoestring in Thailand is aware of to not blow their complete funds on top class whiskey in a top class lodge at the first night time in Bangkok. Reasonably, you want to skip the occasional meal, keep in an affordable dorm with random strangers, and drink affordable beer on Khao […]Continue Reading ...
Around the world today, approximately 41 million people are victims of modern slavery — also known as human trafficking — according to the International Labour Organization. A Stanford University class started in 2012 uses a multidisciplinary approach to increase awareness and understanding of human trafficking and to detect, treat and decrease it. Taught by three Stanford […]Continue Reading ...
March 30, 2018 It may be time to tailor students’ class schedules to their natural biological rhythms, according to a new study from UC Berkeley and Northeastern Illinois University. Researchers tracked the personal daily online activity profiles of nearly 15,000 college students as they logged into campus servers. After sorting the students into “night owls,” […]Continue Reading ...
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