The findings underscore the need for vaccination in the battle against COVID-19.
The awards honor outstanding contributions to the researchers' fields and recognize the impact of their work. Let's meet the recipients.
The maker of an antibody cocktail announced that it was able to prevent 100% of symptomatic infections and reduced overall infections (both symptomatic and asymptomatic) by half.
One of our physicians invented AI software that anticipates when life-threatening trouble might arise, allowing doctors and nurses to intervene earlier.
Focused ultrasound has the potential to benefit patients with Parkinson's symptoms that are more severe on one side of the body, a new study suggests.
It's been a big year for medical research at the School of Medicine. Here's a small sampling of some of the awesome work our folks are doing.