Early human embryos make viral proteins
Human embryos make viral proteins within days of fertilization, a new study shows. These proteins affect human gene expression and may protect the cells from infection by other viruses.
Director named for population health sciences
The center, under the directorship of Mark Cullen, will offer universitywide research funding, education and access to insurance claims and medical records databases.
Karl Deisseroth wins prestigious Albany Prize
The bioengineer and psychiatrist will be honored for his seminal role in the field of optogenetics, which allows scientists to precisely manipulate nerve-cell activity in freely moving animals to study their behavior.
Scientists detect lymphoma relapse by monitoring cell-free tumor DNA
Cell-free tumor DNA monitoring was found to be better at detecting disease in relapsing lymphoma patients than circulating tumor cells or imaging methods.
Registration open for Health Matters, a free community event
Set for May 16, Health Matters is free and open to the public and will feature educational programs about health for the entire family…