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A new study finds that remdesivir, the first new medicine approved for treatment of COVID-19, is not associated with improved survival, but is associated with longer hospital stays for patients.
The global and long-term impact of this microorganism on human health is what motivates researcher Mary Weber, PhD, assistant professor of microbiology and immunology .
The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine will host the fourth annual Carver Black and Gold Mile Run from 8 to 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 12, at the university’s Francis X. Cretzmeyer Track, 105 1st Ave. in Coralville.
Addressing a shortage of mental health experts in rural parts of the state
Metabolism of phytoestrogen by gut bacteria protects mice from MS-like inflammation.
A survey conducted by Aaron Scherer, PhD, assistant professor of internal medicine in the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, and a team of researchers from the UI College of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Rand Corp., found that adolescents and the parents of adolescents are split on their attitudes about adolescents getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Research by University of Iowa scientists points to a potential new target for preventing and treating migraines, a condition that causes severe headaches and other sensory disruptions.
A new study shows that individuals with bipolar disorder who are exposed to significant trauma may be at greater risk for suicide death, suggesting that clinical diagnosis of or genetic predisposition to trauma-related conditions could be important factors to consider in suicide prevention.
In a new study assessing the potential of a single-dose, intranasal COVID-19 vaccine, a team from the University of Iowa and the University of Georgia found that the vaccine fully protects mice against lethal COVID-19 infection.
Robert Westermann, MD, assistant professor in the University of Iowa Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, was one of six orthopedic surgeons selected to participate in the Arthroscopy Association of North America Advanced Arthroscopy (AANA) Traveling Fellowship Program for 2021.