Baylor’s Parkinson’s Center selected for the Edmond J. Safra Fellowship in Movement Disorders Apr 3, 2019 The Parkinson’s Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic at Baylor College of Medicine has been chosen by the Michael J. Fox Foundation as one of five academic centers to receive the Edmond J. Safra Fellowship in Movement Disorders.
Discovery improves understanding of Lou Gehrig's disease Feb 25, 2019 A collaborative study suggests potential new therapeutic strategies or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Baylor faculty elected National Academy of Inventors fellows Dec 12, 2018 Drs. Mary K. Estes, Bert O’Malley and Huda Zoghbi of Baylor College of Medicine were three of the 148 renowned academic inventors named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors this week.
Volunteers needed for Alzheimer’s research Dec 11, 2018 Researchers are seeking clinical trial volunteers for new Alzheimer’s disease prevention and treatment studies.
Parents, researchers work to find cause of neonatal epilepsy Nov 19, 2018 A shared goal to raise awareness and develop better treatments for neonatal-onset epilepsy has brought Baylor College of Medicine researchers together with three U.S. families.
Baylor hosts Update on Alzheimer’s Disease lecture Oct 26, 2018 Experts will present the latest in research and information for patients and caregivers at the annual “Update on Alzheimer’s Disease” lecture Nov. 8.
Protein connection shown to be major player in cancer growth Oct 19, 2018 A team of researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital has revealed a connection between mTORC1 and Src, two proteins known to be hyperactive in cancer.
Dynamin-binding protein linked to congenital cataracts Oct 4, 2018 A new study has now found compelling evidence that links dynamin-binding protein (DNMBP) to congenital bilateral cataracts and severe vision loss.
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.
Scientists turn unexpected results into research tool Aug 10, 2018 Puzzled by their experimental results, a team of scientists investigated why a research tool that was expected to suppress neuronal activity actually was stimulating it.