Latest news from Baylor College of Medicine
Research reveals gene regulation can be digital or stochastic Aug 23, 2018 A team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health Roadmap Epigenomics Project has discovered that DNA methylation involved in gene regulation is largely digital and stochastic.
Electrophysiological signals identify Parkinson’s subtypes Aug 22, 2018 Researchers have now found neural correlates of two main Parkinson’s disease phenotypes that could lead to more precise or personalized deep brain stimulation treatments.
Harvey health hazard study open to more participants Aug 22, 2018 Researchers have been awarded three grants to continue working to identify what dangers might have been in the flood waters, and new participants are needed as well as those who have already taken part in the study.
Questions to ask before opting for plastic surgery Aug 21, 2018 Making the decision to undergo plastic surgery should not be taken lightly, according to plastic surgeon Dr. Shayan Izaddoost. Here are some considerations one should take before committing to a procedure.
Baylor leads collaborative effort to recruit surgeon-scientists Aug 21, 2018 A collaborative effort has culminated in the T32 Research Training Program in Cardiovascular Surgery in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine.
Environmental health study looks at epigenome, evolution Aug 20, 2018 Baylor’s Center for Precision Environmental Health receives $1.58 million grant from the John S. Templeton Foundation to study a new role of the epigenome in evolution.
Muscle doesn’t weigh more than fat Aug 16, 2018 The reassuring phrase ‘muscle weighs more than fat’ can be heard reverberating in gyms across the country, but how much truth is there to it? Registered dietitian Roberta Anding says not much.
Topics for medical ethics, health policy seminar announced Aug 16, 2018 To help open and foster a dialogue with the broader Houston community, the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy announces the latest installments of its interactive seminar series, The Conversation.
One year later: Hurricane Harvey's impact on mental health Aug 15, 2018 This August marks one year since Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area, and even now, many people are still feeling the toll the storm has taken on their mental health.
New program educates next environmental health scientists Aug 14, 2018 A new T32 training grant looks to address a gap in population health and precision medicine research training and experience.