By bkladko | January 16, 2013
The study used MRI scans of pre-term infants shortly after birth (A), and then at what would been their due date (B).
By Patricia Gray | December 31, 2012
Dr. Hertzman is an authority on childhood development; Dr. Scheifele has helped develop and improve vaccines.
Robert Sindelar appointed Associate Dean, Research and President of Providence Health Care Research Institute
By bkladko | December 24, 2012
Dr. Sindelar’s expertise lies in medicinal chemistry, computer-aided drug discovery, and health care system innovation.
By bkladko | December 20, 2012
Homelessness and childhood sex abuse were key risk factors, according to a pair of published studies.
By bkladko | December 14, 2012
Regan Daoust (left), a student in the Northern and Rural Cohort, which is being coordinated by Instructor Robin Roots.
By bkladko | December 12, 2012
The study, which is seeking participants, will try to determine whether two doses of the vaccine are as protective as three.
By bkladko | December 11, 2012
Claudia Jacova and Oscar Benavente found that half of the people who suffered lacunar strokes had mild cognitive impairment.
By bkladko | December 10, 2012
The gel, co-invented by Assistant Professor Christian Kastrup, could prevent aneurisms and heart attacks.
By Patricia Gray | December 5, 2012
Suzanne Walter (left) and Kirti Aneja received their M.D.’s abroad, and are now training to become doctors in Canada.
By bkladko | December 4, 2012
Professor Kevin Eva’s study, published in JAMA, uncovered potential bias in the way first-year medical residents are evaluated.