Keyword: Rockefeller University
Inhibiting a specific population of neurons not only reduces food intake, it also increases energy expenditure, scientists discovered.
In a small study, HIV patients who got two broadly neutralizing antibodies maintained viral suppression for 21 weeks.
The Broad Institute just lost the latest skirmish over ownership of the intellectual property surrounding the gene-editing CRISPR/Cas9 technology.
The past week brought new discoveries in overeating and obesity, the genes that promote cancer and a new way to prevent sunburn.
A proof-of-concept study suggests that combines AI and the whole-genome sequencing of tumors could scale precision medicine for cancer.
A Rutgers University-led team has discovered a new antibiotic that could work against bacteria that have developed drug resistance.
Scientists at Rockefeller University have created an entirely new species to attack treatment-resistant infectious bacteria.
Two new studies shed light on why some people burn the midnight oil while others go to sleep at a reasonable hour but toss and turn all night.
Sofinnova Partners' Antoine Papiernek not only agreed to co-lead the $33 million B round, he grabbed a seat on the board along with Nilesh Kumar from co-lead investor Novo A/S.
Reversing one of the genetic results of aging could point the way toward fighting Alzheimer’s and other cognitive ailments.