A new study has identified genetic factors that may influence susceptibility to COVID-19, which could guide personalized treatment. Feixiong Cheng, PhD, explains the implications of his findings.
Research reveals a defect in myosin binding to TNFR2-M196R causes TNF-independent proinflammatory activity. The ability to genotype this polymorphism should help to predict inadequate responders to anti-TNF therapies early on, and allowing a personalized approach to the treatment of rheumatoid and psoriatic diseases.
At Cleveland Clinic clinical questions ignite nursing research. And there is plenty of support to help nurses along the way to work on enhancing evidence-based practice and ensuring optimal patient care.
In this Q&A, Georges-Pascal Haber, MD, PhD, discusses his leadership style, the role of research and plans for the future.
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Cleveland Clinic researchers compared the urinary metabolites of patients with and without urinary stones to explore whether we are losing metabolites that protect us from stones.
A new Department of Inflammation and Immunology will unite common areas of strength in both research and clinical practice in an effort to increase collaboration and accelerate scientific discovery and translation into patient care.
Highlights include new findings in the treatment of IBD, cirrhosis, lung transplantation and bariatric surgery for obesity.
Should advanced age be a contraindication to laparoscopic surgery for colon or rectal cancer? Cleveland Clinic Florida Colorectal Chairman Steven Wexner, MD, examines the evidence in our “Viewpoints” series.
In 2016, Paris Kharbat, DO, left a thriving practice in Washington State to join the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. She wanted to be a part of research and patient care that will advance the functional medicine model of care.
Both of this year’s lifetime honors in echocardiography went to Cleveland Clinic caregivers — Dr. William Stewart won the physician award and Margaret (Koko) Park earned the sonographer prize.