“We know from our clinical experience in the practice of medicine that in diagnosis, prognosis and treatment, the individual and his background of heredity are… Read More »Titan Titin: When Mutations in the Largest Known Protein Affect the Heart
Yazmin Rovira Gonzalez
By day, you can find Yaz in the lab, where she peers into the inner workings of muscle cells to make discoveries that may someday help treat metabolic disorders. On the weekends, she's out exploring and photographing the mountain trails with her trusty sidekick, Bailey the hiking wiener dog.
This blog post is part of an in depth look at research linking sleep and Alzheimers. Read part 1 on the importance of sleep. How is chronic… Read More »Sleep May be a Curious Piece in the Alzheimer’s Disease Puzzle (Part 2)
This blog post is part of an in depth look at research linking sleep and Alzheimers. Think about your sleep quality for the past few months.… Read More »Sleep May be a Curious Piece in the Alzheimer’s Disease Puzzle (Part 1)
About 40 years ago (July 1978), Louise Joy Brown was born at Oldham General Hospital in England, weighing 5 pounds, 12 ounces. This birth may… Read More »Fresh or Frozen Embryos? Equal Live-Birth Rates Among Infertile Women
Imagine you are an incredibly busy and stressed out graduate student (this shouldn’t be hard to do) and you have started to experience increased fatigue… Read More »Watching Your Heart with the First FDA-Approved Apple Watch Accessory
Osteoarthritis (OA) is not only the most common chronic condition of the joints, but also the most common type of arthritis, affecting approximately 27 million… Read More »Out with the Old, in with Repaired Joints