Engineering more effective antibody-drug conjugates.
Marleen Kaatee explores how patients' voices can be important in medical research
How can we best utilize equipment and resources in low-income regions?
A small clinical trial has shown that a malaria vaccine works in humans
Translation in action, as science and engineering turns to medicine
Opening up our clinical trial results takes investment, but it's the right thing to do
Many clinical trial results are never reported, but AllTrials hopes to change that
Scientists from opposite ends of the translational spectrum have teamed up to help solve a pressing problem in Alzheimer’s research. By creating a human equivalent to the water mazes used in rodent studies, they hope to allow easier comparison of data from animal and human studies.
The road to recovery for victims of stroke can be arduous and involve relearning basic skills and activities.
Stroke sufferers may benefit from mild electrical stimulation of the brain
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