Nov. 11, 2021— by Jill Clendening Nearly 400 investigators and scientific trainees hailing from 25 different countries recently gathered virtually, across continents and time zones, to share their latest research related to the immunology of Type 1 diabetes during the 18th Immunology of Diabetes Society (IDS) Congress, co-hosted by Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the University of...
Nov. 11, 2021—Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s strength in translational research, which helps “translate” scientific discovery into medical practice, was celebrated recently during the Vanderbilt Translational Research Forum
Nov. 4, 2021—New research from Vanderbilt could aid efforts to promote kidney regeneration after injury or to develop engineered organs.
Nov. 2, 2021—Clinical trials that focus on specific types of neuroendocrine neoplasms — heterogeneous tumors that can occur anywhere in the body — will be more likely to enhance drug development for these tumors, Vanderbilt physicians assert.
Oct. 28, 2021— by Bill Snyder A combination of two broadly acting monoclonal antibodies isolated by researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center protected non-human primates from ebolavirus disease, which causes severe and often-fatal hemorrhagic fever in humans. Their findings, published this week in the journal Cell, bring closer to development the first clinical therapy effective against all...
Oct. 28, 2021—Vanderbilt's Seth Zost, PhD, has been awarded a major international prize for his research on COVID-19 and other life-threatening viral diseases.
Oct. 21, 2021—An international research team has developed a new resource that connects genetic variants and protein expression, which is expected to speed the identification of genes that cause disease — and point to novel treatment strategies.