Depression is the most commonly suffered neuropsychiatric disorder in the world, with one in five people experiencing it at some point in their lives.
Levels of high density lipoprotein (HDL), which is known for its cardioprotective role, may not accurately represent cardiovascular risk in older women, according to a new study.
Scientists have made an important discovery about the role of a protein called PRMT5 in the production of myelin – the substance that forms a protective sheath around the axons of nerve cells.
A new study has provided a greater understanding of how exactly the microbiome affects metabolism and pointed towards a potential therapeutic target for obesity and metabolic diseases such as diabetes.
Researchers have developed a bone engineering technique that uses stem cells to improve bone grafts for the treatment of bone defects caused by injury or disease.
A small group of nerve cells located in the hypothalamus could provide a promising new therapeutic target for the control of binge eating among obese individuals.
Using tendon transfer surgery to restore key functions in spinal cord injury patient
Scientists create wearable device that measures cortisol in sweat
Researchers study efficacy and safety of new treatment for OUD
UC San Diego researchers awarded two grants for investigating stem cell-based therapies
Study examines effects of a two-day intermittent calorie restriction diet for patients with type 2 diabetes
Study: Greening vacant urban land reduces feelings of depression for surrounding residents
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Dementia
Importance of Pharmacology in Dentistry
Pharmacology of CAR-T Cells
Bromine-Containing, Marine-Derived Products as Serotonin Modulators and Potential Antidepressants
Tumor Margin Detection Using Fiber Spectroscopy
Detection of Malaria in Resource-Limited Environments Using Reverse Transcription PCR Assay
P53 and Cancer-Associated Fibroblasts
PRDM16 in Neural Stem Cells
Does Allostery Exist in Monoclonal Antibodies?
Stem cells are responsible for the maintenance of the human body throughout life. Dr Oleg Podgorny and Dr Grigori Enikolopov discuss the importance of studying stem cell life cycles and advances in the field of stem cell labeling.
When most people think of diabetes, they think of sugar levels and are unaware of the effects it can have on the eyes. Dr. Alan Mendelsohn discusses diabetes associated conditions and how they are managed.
Hallucinations and delusions associated with PD, like those experienced by Mr. Roberts, make up what is known as Parkinson’s disease psychosis.
Professor Abu Serajuddin
At St. John's, we are building an innovation center in pharmaceutical technology. We are involved with double upping new drug delivery systems, as well as a new processing agreement. In addition, we are focussing on personalized medications.
With the advent of artificial intelligence, it is imperative that we examine the ethics of machine learning and data collection. Hugh Whittall, Director of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, explains what AI is, how it is transforming the healthcare industry and the ethical concerns of the Council.
Dr. Jagadeesh Bayry
Dr. Jagadeesh Bayry from INSERM discusses his recent research in the field of immunology, and how T regulatory cells activate, rather than suppress, basophils.
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