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The Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) at Baylor College of Medicine selected five research teams to advance the study of…
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DNA twisting right
Genetic testing is recommended for all children with an autism diagnosis; however, the rates that parents and guardians complete testing is variable…
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Baylor College of Medicine, in partnership with the Kelsey Research Foundation (KRF), will be one of five sites funded by the Alzheimer’s Association…
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Baylor College of Medicine today released guidelines that schools across the country can reference as they make important reopening decisions during…
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Baylor College of Medicine has received a five-year, $9.94 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for the new Center for Precision…
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Breast Cancer Pink Ribbon
For decades, Baylor College of Medicine researchers have worked to improve prevention, quality of life and survival for breast cancer patients with…
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Abdomen, stomach and small intestines
Interferon (IFN) responses are one of the first defenses the body mounts against viral infections, and research has shown that it plays a role…
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Baylor College of Medicine has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund a new Maternal and Infant Environmental Health…
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Syringe Needle
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there also is another respiratory illness to prepare for, as flu season is just around the corner. A Baylor…
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Knees and hips
Needing a surgical procedure in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic may seem daunting for many, so options where patients do not require a hospital…
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Four faculty members recently were appointed by the Baylor College of Medicine Board of Trustees to endowed chairs – Dr. Chadi Abdallah, Dr. Ricardo…
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A brain mechanism referred to as “replay” inspired researchers at Baylor College of Medicine to develop a new method to protect deep neural networks…
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Softball
One of the main activities that students, parents and teachers look forward to when the school year begins is attending seasonal sports games. As the…
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Lab
Cancer therapies sometimes involve drugs that mediate the breakdown of specific intracellular proteins that participate in cancer formation and…
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The National Cancer Institute is conducting a nationwide natural history study to learn how COVID-19 affects cancer patients and their treatment.…
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Our experts say the easiest way to avoid the flu this season is to get vaccinated. See Flu Central for more information.
An old foe and the new kid on the block – influenza and SARS-CoV-2 are two potentially deadly viruses that may circulate concurrently this fall and…
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