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.
A new study has shown that an advanced MRI technique can help to identify patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) who are at an increased risk of developing a physical disability.
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.
Professor Samir Iqbal recently gave a talk at NANOMED 2018. We discuss his research in the field of breast cancer detection and how machine learning can improve early diagnosis rates.
A preclinical study has shown that levels of a lipid called lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) are significantly increased following traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Regular sunscreen use protects young people from melanoma
Study: Binge drinking impairs working memory in adolescent brain
High fruit and vegetable intake linked to reduced risk of breast cancer
FAU researchers find possible cause of Parkinson’s disease in the patients’ immune system
Protective qualities of 'good cholesterol' reduce after menopause
New Finnish study compares surgical treatment of shoulder impingement syndrome to placebo surgery
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Dementia
Importance of Pharmacology in Dentistry
Pharmacology of CAR-T Cells
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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