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From the isolette to optimized opportunity
by Elise Wachspress Neonatologist Erika Claud, MD, has long been thoughtful about the developmental effects of the trea (More)
Can you teach an old microbiome new tricks?
by Elise Wachspress Recent research shows that the average age of death for those past 65 continues to increase steadily, by about 3 years (More)
The somewhat secret life of transplanted organs
by Stephanie Folk In December 2018, doctors at UChicago Medicine set a new record. Over the course of two-and-half days, they completed not one, but More)
McClintock Receives NIH Award
Institute Member Emerita Martha K. McClintock, Ph.D. and UChicago colleague Elbert Huang, MD received funding from National Institute on Aging, a unit of the National Institutes of Health, for their proposal, "Social Modulation of Transitions in Diab (More)
London Receives NIH Award
Institute Member Sarah London, Ph.D. learned recently that her proposal, “Neural properties that promote and limit the ability to learn,” was funded by the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), a unit of the National Insti (More)
News roundup: April 2019
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. (More)
Uncovering the benefits of herbal medicine
by Kate Dohner One in three Americans uses herbal therapies. Yet less than one in 3,000 scientific studies focus on this increasingly popular therapy. Researchers at the (More)
Going with the flow
 by Elise Wachspress If you think the invention of the microscope was a pivotal moment in the development of biological knowledge, you might be pretty impressed with the More)
When 'as easy as breathing' isn’t
by Elise Wachspress Stop for a minute and breathe, just breathe. Now envision what your lungs are doing. In your mind’s eye, do you see big pink balloons filling and deflating? Close. What’s really going on is hundreds of millions of tiny li (More)
News roundup: October 2018
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. Thre (More)
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