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Gene therapy may be the answer for treating or preventing lung disease
Diabetes is hard on the heart, increasing the risk for heart failure by two to three times in men and up to five times in women.
The new Iowa Neuroscience Institute will bring together UI's top scholars
Iowa Neuroscience Institute Director Ted Abel co-authors study that finds epigenetics key to laying down spatial memories in mouse brain, providing possible new neurological medications.
Size-sensing protein controls glucose uptake and storage in fat cells.
Mgbechi Erondu received a Master of Fine Arts from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 2016 and will graduate this month from the Carver College of Medicine.
Curt D. Sigmund, PhD, the Roy J. Carver Chair in Hypertension Research, and professor and DEO of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, has been awarded the 2017 Leadership in Research Award.
Medical school students learn a lot of about health care, but a professor in the University of Iowa’s Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine says learning about business would be helpful too.
Holden Comprehensive Cancer Center researcher Yousef Zakharia, MD, has presented promising data at a national meeting about combining a new investigational immunotherapy drug with an FDA-approved immunotherapy drug to treat patients with advanced melanoma.
Experiences that Denise Martinez, MD, and Amy Lee, PhD, had growing up left lasting impressions and sparked strong personal commitments to improving diversity and inclusion in their workplaces and communities.