Medical student develops new technology to aid asthma sufferers
Fourth year medical student Joe Jensen has developed a "breathalyzer for asthma" that could impact care for 235 million asthmatics worldwide.
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Grant to support medical student research
A new 5-year grant from the NIH will support medical student immunology research in the lab of Rheumatic and Autoimmune Diseases Professor Dan Mueller, MD.
Reuben Harris named HHMI Investigator
Professor of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics and Associate Director of the Institute for Molecular Virology Reuben Harris, PhD, has been named an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).
Marla Eisenberg featured in 2015 Health Equity Research Snapshot
Pediatrics' Marla Eisenberg, ScD, MPH, is working to understand which factors contribute to a safe and healthy adolescence for LGBT youth.
New research shows no advantage to shorter-storage red blood cell transfusions for cardiac surgery patients
Principal investigator Marie Steiner, MD, MS, Pediatrics' Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, discusses the Red Cell Storage duration Study (RECESS) that shows red blood cell units can be stored longer with similar clinical effects in cardiac surgery patients.
Wednesday, August 19
Sex and Stress Among Transgender Individuals
Former fellow in our Program in Human Sexuality Philip Jai Johnson, PhD, presents on "Minority stress in the bedroom: An examination of the relationship between stigma, discrimination, and appearance anxiety during sexual activity among transgender individuals who have sex with men" as part of the PHS Faculty Research Presentation series.