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Nuo Li, Ph.D.
Dr. Nuo Li has been awarded the 2020 McKnight Scholar Award from the McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience.
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New findings suggest that enhancing the natural ability of natural killer (NK) cells to eliminate circulating cancer cell clusters may provide a…
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Father and Child
Researchers compared about 13,000 children with cancer but no birth defects with nearly 1,600 children with cancer and one or more birth defects.
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Michael E. DeBakey M.D. Award for Excellence in Research
Baylor College of Medicine faculty are honored annually through the Michael E. DeBakey M.D. Award for Excellence in Research.
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Researchers conducted the first scientific studies to assess the potential therapeutic effects of cannabidiol (CBD) for arthritic pain in dogs, and…
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Baylor joins forces with medical centers across the United States to take part in #FitForTheFrontLine, a national movement to honor and raise funds…
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Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine are conducting a study to examine the symptomatic characteristics of misophonia and anxiety in children and…
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Dr. Cheryl Lyn Walker
New research shows that, in animal models, the liver epigenome is permanently changed when exposed to certain chemicals in the environment early in…
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Whether you feel comfortable in a social setting or not, social interaction requires practice for all, and according to Dr. Jessica Rohr, many people…
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Graduation address offers what is inspirational
Speaking at Baylor College of Medicine’s virtual commencement ceremony Thursday, Dr. Paul Klotman told the students that crises bring out inspiration…
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Dr. Jill Weatherhead offers a few tips on how to reduce your risk of getting sick if you’re hitting the road or catching a flight this summer.
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A doctor meeting with a young patient.
The Child Psychiatry Access Network will provide real-time psychiatric consultation services to primary care physicians across Texas as part of the…
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As healthcare systems handle the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the risk of misdiagnosing a patient increases.
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Researchers report that dynamic stimulation of the visual cortex allows both blind and sighted people to see shapes.
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Researchers led by a Baylor College of Medicine physician found the prevalence of ES and other gynecological lesions was substantially higher than…
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Baylor collaboration with BillionToOne provides non-invasive prenatal test for sickle cell disease
Researchers are closer to finding novel ways to effectively regulate triglycerides in the blood to help manage these potentially life-threatening…
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