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Feinstein Institute's Dr. Kevin J. Tracey is part of a published study examining how acetylcholine produced by white blood cells to fight viruses and can be applied to future bioelectronic medicine devices.
Christina Brennan, MD: Certification improves quality and efficiency, and makes principal investigators attractive in carrying out clinical trials.
Hemophagocytes, a newly identified population of phagocytes, may have a direct impact on patients with a variety of autoimmune diseases, researchers announced in the January 11 issue of Science.
Nerve-stimulating therapies could replace drugs for many chronic conditions
Monowar Aziz, PhD, received the five-year R01 grant to examine a protein’s role in increasing inflammation and injury in sepsis to develop new therapies.
A novel rehab regimen revitalized Chen Lie after she suffered a stroke.
Home telemedicine programs for heart failure are effective at preventing death for at least six months after hospitalization, but generally lose any benefit after one year.
David Eidelberg’s team uncovers an emerging Parkinson’s disease gene therapy that creates new circuits in the brain to improve movement.
Northwell Health signs agreement with BSE Global and RXR Realty to explore the development of the “Northwell Innovation Center” as part of the Nassau Hub site.
With the grant Larry Miller will develop and test a non-invasive method that accesses nerves in the chest and abdomen for bioelectronic medicine devices.