Breast cancer tumor-initiating cells use mTOR signaling to recruit suppressor cells to promote tumor growth May 16, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine researchers report a new mechanism that helps cancer cells engage myeloid-derived suppressor for growth.
Baylor College of Medicine pediatric oncologist to lend expertise to national Moonshot initiative May 9, 2016 Dr. Will Parsons will be part of the efforts to accelerate pediatric cancer research through the National Cancer Moonshot Initiative.
Preterm birth linked to lengthy traffic exposure in Houston May 5, 2016 Researchers have discovered a possible correlation between preterm birth and vehicle emissions.
Volunteers needed for e-cigarette and cigarette smokers’ research study May 3, 2016 Baylor is recruiting volunteers for a pilot study to determine the effects of smoking either electronic cigarettes or tobacco on the bacteria found within the human body.
New McNair Scholar at Baylor College of Medicine to study biophysics of cognition Apr 29, 2016 Dr. Nuo Li is the newest McNair Scholar at Baylor College of Medicine.
Study finds genes linked to happiness, depression and neuroticism Apr 20, 2016 A multi-institutional team, including a researcher from Baylor College of Medicine, reports that they have found genetic variants associated with our feelings of well-being, depression and neuroticism.
Rewarding children to eat healthy can be a mistake Apr 13, 2016 Experts at the USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital say rewarding children with a treat may not be effective.
Unlocking the secrets of the brain’s intelligence to develop smarter technologies Mar 10, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine leads a team of scientists who aim to reveal the computational building blocks of our brain and use them to create smarter learning machines.
Study shows benefits of testosterone treatment in older men with low testosterone Feb 17, 2016 Baylor researchers part of study that shows improved sexual function, walking ability and mood after testosterone treatment in men age 65 and older.
Baylor’s Dr. Rayne Rouce earns research support through program focused on diversity in hematology Feb 15, 2016 Dr. Rayne Rouce is a recipient of a research grant designed to support and increase the number of underrepresented minorities in the field of hematology.