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Researchers at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center have discovered a new form of cell division in human cells.
Micah Chan, clinical chief of nephrology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, began conducting shared medical appointments for people with kidney disease two years ago. All groups have at least five patients and remain together from the first meeting.
Raising money for research into eye disorders is the aim of the McPherson Eye Research Institutes’s “Cycle for Sight” indoor cycling fundraiser Saturday, March 2, 2013 at both the Natatorium and the SERF on the UW–Madison campus.
"This is an important time in HIV research," Matt Reynolds, an HIV researcher at University of Wisconsin–Madison, tells an undergraduate class on the Monday morning after Thanksgiving.
High levels of family stress in infancy are linked to differences in everyday brain function and anxiety in teenage girls, according to new results of a long-running population study by University of Wisconsin–Madison scientists.
Lucille Marchand, a professor of family medicine at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, has asked the medical students in her Healer's Art class how they take care of themselves - what they do to unwind from the incessant stresses of studying medicine.
Imagine a place where doctors can tell patients in advance if cancer treatment will work for them, without going through an entire course of chemotherapy.
A new University of Wisconsin–Madison imaging study shows the brains of people with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) have weaker connections between a brain structure that controls emotional response and the amygdala, which suggests the brain's "panic button" may stay on due to lack of regulation.
With a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, stem cell pioneer Dr. James Thomson, University of Wisconsin–Madison associate professor of biomedical engineering William Murphy and School of Medicine and Public Health medical informatics professor David Page will lead a team to derive and assemble the distinct cell types found in the human cerebral cortex.