Keyword: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Johns Hopkins researchers developed a biodegradable polymer to transport large therapies into cells—including genes and even CRISPR.
Newly identified gene variants that play a role in MS-related vision loss could help guide precision medicine and drug development, researchers say.
Johns Hopkins scientists found that misfolded alpha-synuclein protein can travel from the gut and drive Parkinson's disease.
A newly identified cell type that looks like a hybrid of B and T cells may play a key role in Type 1 diabetes, a Johns Hopkins-led team has found.
Blocking the interaction between pathological tau proteins and the nuclear membrane of neurons could represent a new approach to Alzheimer's, a new study finds.
The past week saw the discovery of a genetic mutation that disrupts nerve signaling in ALS and the development of a noninvasive bladder cancer test.
AbbVie has struck five-year cancer research pacts with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Northwestern University's Lurie Cancer Center.