Surgeon Anthony Atala demonstrates an experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem
Genomics will change what patients expect from their provider, as well as change how physicians treat them. Before this happens, education on both sides is needed. This month we look at some of the big talking points.
Scientists have begun to move into the £650 million Francis Crick Institiute in London and take up residence in their new labs
Indicator of chromosomal instability could be used to predict patient response to cancer treatment
A receptor that controls entry of T-cells into the thymus could help to understand immune system recovery in cancer patients
Ike also happens to be a mouse, who owes his longevity to some early-stager research into drug effects on longevity.
Scientists have identified a key cause of nerve cell damage in people with ALS
The latest episode of Signal podcast from STAT News looks at the scientists and clinicians engaged in a frantic race to develop a Zika vaccine
Creating embryos with both maternal and paternal mitochondrial DNA could lead to treatments for mitochondrial diseases
Precision medicine put to the test: UnDx Consortium gathers to examine new hypotheses for undiagnosed patients
Consortium gathers in San Diego to create new paths to identifying currently undiagnosed illnesses
We take a look at some of the clinical highlights from the agenda for this year’s Individualizing Medicine Conference, produced by the Mayo Clinic
Researchers discover a gene signature in healthy brains that echoes how Alzheimer’s disease spreads through the brain in later life
Rare variations in a cell membrane protein linked to wide variation in symptom severity of porphyria
Stanford Medical School will use Google Cloud Platform to develop a new clinical genomics service