Breakthroughs In Care
Science and research informs the care provided by Northwestern Medicine physicians, many of whom are scientists themselves. Meet four.
Northwestern Medicine study is the first to investigate how antiviral drugs might prevent reinfection at the time of liver transplantation.
Northwestern Medicine research into brain circuits and receptor genes provides insight into causes of obsessive-compulsive behavior.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered a molecular therapy that can halt the growth of a lethal pediatric leukemia.
A new suite of mini-apps designed by Northwestern Medicine scientists is providing effective mental health advice on your smartphone.
Northwestern Medicine has developed a miniature female reproductive tract called EVATAR that is revolutionizing research and drug testing in women’s health.
As the first low-risk patient in Illinois to undergo a TAVR procedure, Bob benefited from a less invasive way to make his heart stronger.
Jet lag has been shown to impair the performance of major league baseball players, especially when the travel involves multiple time zones.
Current tools to predict the risk of heart attack and stroke vastly underestimate the risk in individuals with HIV.