Predicting problems in one of the body’s most complex organs soon may become easier because of work being done by Wayne State University researchers.
A Wayne State University physician is seeking a better way to determine the effectiveness of treatments for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, or inherited sensory-motor neuropathy, a disease that afflicts one in 2,500 people.
Research at the University of Michigan Medical School brought hundreds of millions of dollars into the state of Michigan in the last year — and could have a total economic impact of nearly $1.2 billion, new data show.
A $1.5 million grant to a Wayne State University researcher from the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health could have policy implications in Michigan and other states regarding the therapeutic use of marijuana.
Antibiotic resistant E. Coli was much more prevalent in villages situated along roads than in rural villages located away from roads, which suggests that roads play a major role in the spread or containment of antibiotic resistant bacteria, commonly called superbugs, a new study finds.
Newly discovered subtle markers of heart damage hidden in plain sight among hours of EKG recordings could help doctors identify which heart attack patients are at high risk of dying soon.
EAST LANSING – Continuing a global effort to prevent malaria infections, Michigan State University researchers have created a new malaria vaccine — one that combines the use of a disabled cold virus with an immune system-stimulating […]
A Wayne State University professor is leading research efforts to develop new treatment options to slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease, a neurodegenerative disorder that affects nearly six million people around the world
University of Michigan researchers say several studies show problems with treatment access for spinal cord injury patients and a lack of knowedge of spinal cord injuries by health care providers.
A little motivation for parents could go a long way toward improving young diabetes patients’ ability to manage their own care, a Wayne State University researcher believes.