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Mechanical regulation of cell migration and vessel dynamics directs capillaries to form large vascular treesSep 5, 2013
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine report that increases in blood flow induce small blood vessels called capillaries to fuse, increasing the size of the tube through which circulation moves and reducing resistance.
Cardiovascular research is focus of symposium at BCMApr 5, 2013
Symposium scheduled for Tuesday, April 9, in Cullen Auditorium and Rayzor Lounge, begins at 9 a.m.
$11.8 million contract funds microbiome work in type 1 diabetesJan 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.
Grant funds study of the aging processDec 20, 2012
BCM researchers to examine improving length, quality of life for future generations.
Muscle weakness in mice with mutation for MD1 reducedNov 20, 2012
Findings open the door for future research into developing more effective treatment options.
Friends dinner supports heart disease, stroke research at BCMOct 5, 2012
The fundraising event will be held Oct. 9 at the River Oaks Country Club.
BCM shines at Heart Rhythm Society conferenceMay 17, 2012
BCM postdoctoral associate awarded cardiology fellowship; two BCM residents receive young investigators awards from Heart Rhythm Society.
New leadership positions for medical, graduate schools announcedJul 7, 2011
College announces new leadership positions in medical science, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, associate dean of student affairs.
Board of Trustees appoints two endowed chairsMar 31, 2011
Dr. James Martin and Dr. Jeffrey Sutton endowed to chair positions on BCM Board of Trustees.
Identification of axonal transport deficits may aid in early detection, treatmentJan 6, 2010
A new technique may help detect Alzheimer's Disease earlier.