Tag: "fundamentals" at medical news
Mice With Human Thought Processes Could Be Developed In The Future
... finding can help scientists better understand the fundamentals
of neurological disorders. It would also promote the testing of experimental medicines for the treatment of such diseases. In addition, it could eventually pave way for the development of stem cell based therapies for neurodegenerative disorders suc...
Getting Basic Science to Work For Medicine
...te that enables postdoctoral students to learn the fundamentals
of clinical medicine using some of the most engaging components of our medical school curriculum." The first batch of students will take up vascular biology with emphasis on heart and vascular diseases, stroke and related areas of metabolic syndrome,...
Computerized Patient Used to Teach Science to Medical Students
...volving traumatic injury to the lung to teach some fundamentals
of respiratory physiology. “This type of innovation is directly aligned with a relatively recent emphasis on active learning strategies in the medical student curriculum,” said M. Ann Lambros, Ph.D., assistant dean for education. “Dr. Fitch's use o...
A Promising New Vaccination Strategy for Late-Stage Melanoma
...ching us some extremely valuable lessons about the fundamentals
of cancer vaccination.” The Cancer Vaccine Collaborative has previously reported on trials testing several NY-ESO-1 peptides and whole-protein, and is currently evaluating DNA, viral vector, and bacterial vector-based NY-ESO-1 vaccines. Most notabl...
Computer Tool Predicts Effectiveness Of Microbicides
...the infections globally are soaring. By applying fundamentals
of physics and chemistry, the researchers developed a computer model that can predict the effectiveness of various microbicidal recipes in destroying human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) before it reaches vulnerable body tissues. Using the tool, the ...
Yale Scientist Received Medical Science Prize From Keio University
...plication,” said Steitz. “We had been studying the fundamentals
of DNA replication, RNA transcription and reverse transcription, and protein synthesis. The ability to visualize this cellular machine gave us a whole new way to look at how bacteria develop resistance to antibiotics.” “When antibiotics work they ...