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Fine-tuning #multiplesclerosis drugs to make good treatments better

Anthony Reder and his team are using bioinformatics to understand how multiple sclerosis drugs work and make them even better.
Anthony Reder and his team are using bioinformatics to understand how multiple sclerosis drugs work and make them even better.
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David Meltzer and the researchers at the UChicago Health Lab are testing promising, cost-effective solutions for society’s most pressing health issues in disadvantaged urban populations.
David Meltzer and the researchers at the UChicago Health Lab are testing promising, cost-effective solutions for society’s most pressing health issues in disadvantaged urban populations.
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Joining forces to transform teen health with @UChicagoCi3

The University of Chicago Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Ci3), is tackling barriers to sexual and reproductive health through youth empowerment, research and novel interventions.
The University of Chicago Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Ci3), is tackling barriers to sexual and reproductive health through youth empowerme…
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Tracking real-time data to personalize treatment for #IBD

A new series of research projects by David Rubin, MD, and his team uses real-time data about symptoms and physical activity to usher in an era of personalized medicine for inflammatory bowel disease.
A new series of research projects by David Rubin, MD, and his team uses real-time data about symptoms and physical activity to usher in an era of personalized medicine for inflammatory bowel diseas…
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A new study by John Kress, MD, shows that using a transparent air-tight helmet instead of a face mask helps critically ill patients breathe better and avoid a ventilator.
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New #Microbiome Center to combine @UChicago, @MBLScience and @Argonne expertise

The Microbiome Center at the University of Chicago, Marine Biological Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory brings together expertise and capabilities across disciplines and three world-class institutions to the vast frontier that is the world of…
The Microbiome Center at the University of Chicago, Marine Biological Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory brings together expertise and capabilities across disciplines and three world-class…
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It can take up to 10 years before patients see the long-term benefits from taking medications for diabetes and high blood pressure. A new study by Neda Laiteerapong found that for some, knowing this made them less likely to start treatment.
It can take up to 10 years before patients see the long-term benefits from taking medications for diabetes and high blood pressure. A new study by Neda Laiteerapong found that for some, knowing thi…
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A laboratory to call his own-David Meltzer is improving care for the most vulnerable patients

David Meltzer tackles questions on quality of care for the most vulnerable patients — and creates new models to improve it.
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Melissa Gilliam gives young people a voice — and empowers them to confront barriers to their well-being
Melissa Gilliam gives young people a voice — and empowers them to confront barriers to their well-being
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Melissa Gilliam, MD, MPH, and David Meltzer, MD, PhD, spur systemic change with innovative solutions to improve care on the South Side and beyond.
Melissa Gilliam, MD, MPH, and David Meltzer, MD, PhD, spur systemic change with innovative solutions to improve care on the South Side and beyond.
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In addition to providing extraordinary care, our nurses also conduct research to advance treatments, improve quality and safety, and enhance the overall health care experience for patients. Science Life talks to Cynthia LaFond, Director for Nursing…
In addition to providing extraordinary care, our nurses also conduct research to advance treatments, improve quality and safety, and enhance the overall health care experience for patients. Science…
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Researchers from UChicago show that inhibiting autophagy--a housekeeping process used by cells to break down cargo--effectively blocks tumor cell metastasis.
Researchers from UChicago show that inhibiting autophagy–a housekeeping process used by cells to break down cargo–effectively blocks tumor cell metastasis.
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