Researchers target muscle wasting in chronic kidney disease Sep 5, 2013 Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have now identified in mouse models and patient muscle biopsies a new signaling pathway that could lead to a way of blocking the protein believed to be behind muscle wasting.
Recruitment for long-term study of diabetes drug efficacy underway Jun 3, 2013 Baylor College of Medicine seeks adult volunteers diagnosed with type 2 diabetes within the past five years for a study, which will compare effects of popular diabetes drugs in combination with metformin.
Pancreatic injury does not evoke progenitors of insulin-producing cell Feb 27, 2013 Baylor College of Medicine researchers among those to find that pancreatic injury does not evoke progenitors of insulin-producing cell.
$11.8 million contract funds microbiome work in type 1 diabetes Jan 8, 2013 Three-year, 11.8 million contract with the NIH and University of South Florida will fund BCM research for type 1 diabetes microbiome work.
Careful planning can help those with diabetes enjoy holiday fetes Dec 13, 2012 BCM expert offers tips to manage diabetes during holidays.
Grant to study virtual weight management program for women with mobility impairments Nov 8, 2012 Program will focus on diet, nutrition, barriers women with mobility impairments face when preparing food.
Transcription factor churns vicious cycle behind type 2 diabetes Apr 27, 2012 Drug that targets ChREBP could be identified to help slow destructive cycle of diabetes.
Symposium features research of McNair Medical Institute Scholars Apr 23, 2012 Inaugural McNair Symposium to feature research of McNair Medical Institute Scholars.
New BCM McNair Scholar applies stem cell technology to advance diabetes research Apr 17, 2012 Dr. Malgorzata Borowiak has been named Baylor College of Medicine's fifth McNair Scholar.
Risk of heart disease important consideration for diabetics Mar 1, 2012 Diabetics can cut their risk of cardiovascular disease by maintaining low levels of cholesterol, low blood pressure.