A leading brain tumor researcher explains how the transfer of mitochondria from astrocytes may fuel glioblastoma growth.Read More
Jennifer Yu, MD, PhD, is developing easier methods of distinguishing between tumor recurrence and radiation necrosis when looking at scans of brain cancer patients.
The team conducting the first-in-human clinical trial of deep brain stimulation for stroke recovery garnered $2.5M to continue parallel preclinical studies of the underlying mechanisms.
Cleveland Clinic researchers are trying to speed recovery from spinal cord injury using noninvasive brain stimulation.
A new study shows that some genetic mutations found in patients with aplastic anemia can predict whether they will develop myelodysplastic syndromes.
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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.
A new center will bridge the gap between translational research and clinical drug trials, which will accelerate discoveries to advance clinical care.
Cleveland Clinic researchers identify pro-inflammatory, pro-coagulant proteins and particles that are released from placental cells in preeclampsia.
New research suggests that supplementing antibiotic therapy with a butyrate-producing probiotic and prebiotic may make the gut environment unfriendly to C. diff and prevent CD infection.
Jennifer Yu, MD, PhD, says using moderate to high heat can enhance cancer treatment as well as the anti-tumor immune response of the body, yet not enough cancer treatment centers employ such methods.
A new study identified genes and genetic variations associated with 12 loci linked to risk for atrial fibrillation. The result is a genome-wide catalog to facilitate follow-on investigations.