Is digital the future of medicine?

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Digital medicine has been thrust into the spotlight because of the pandemic and the media hype is in overdrive. A study of some 16m American ones just reported in jama Internal Medicine , a journal, found that their use of telemedicine surged 30-fold between January and June.

Students win kudos for sports medicine research

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– UMass Lowell students testing a new device that could transform the way heart-rate data is collected have won praise for their work from the American College of Sports Medicine. SCIENCE EDUCATION Cardiology Diagnostics Graduate/Postgraduate Education Health Care Medicine/Health Neurobiology Public Health Pulmonary/Respiratory Medicine Sports Medicine UndergraduateStudy of heart-rate sensor earns praise for UMass Lowell team LOWELL, Mass.

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Feinstein Institutes Receives $3.7M NIH Support for Bioelectronic Medicine Research

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NIH Support for Bioelectronic Medicine Research Feinstein Institutes Receives $3.7M NIH Support for Bioelectronic Medicine Research Dr. Kevin J. Feinstein Institutes Receives $3.7M

Obesity represents a catastrophic failure of government policy, public health, and medicine

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Research published by the World Health Organization found that a rise in fast food sales correlated to a rise in body mass index, and Americans are notorious for their fast-food consumption ? Other research suggests Americans burn 120 to 140 fewer calories a day than they did 50 years ago.

Johns Hopkins Researchers engineer tiny machines that deliver medicine efficiently

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Penn Medicine researchers discover a rare genetic form of dementia

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Credit: Edward Lee PHILADELPHIA — A new, rare genetic form of dementia has been discovered by a team of Penn Medicine researchers. Medicine & Health Alzheimer Cell Biology Death/Dying Genetics Medicine/Health Mortality/Longevity Neurobiology

Sanofi and Stanford Medicine collaborate on immunology research

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Sanofi and Stanford University School of Medicine have established a three-year research collaboration: focusing on autoimmune diseases and inflammatory conditions.

Sensyne Health Signs Strategic Research Agreement with the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine

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Sensyne Health Signs Strategic Research Agreement with the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine Sensyne Health Signs Strategic Research Agreement with the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine New agreement covering 7.3

New research institute and center launched to advance regenerative medicine in Singapore

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The first project will explore regenerative cell therapy to treat blood cancers, heart failure and eye degeneration 21 May 2021, Singapore – The SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre (AMC) announced the launch of a research institute and disease centre that will advance regenerative medicine and introduce cellular therapies to improve patient care. Cancer cancer Clinical Trials Gene Therapy Medicine/Health

FSU College of Medicine researcher develops new possibilities to prevent sudden cardiac death

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Credit: Mark Bauer/FSU College of Medicine Nearly a half-million people a year die from sudden cardiac death (SCD) in the U.S. Medicine & Health Cardiology Medicine/Health

$3.5 million grant supports effort led by Penn Medicine to diversify Alzheimer’s research

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Penn and community organizations partnering to address Alzheimer’s disease health disparities PHILADELPHIA–Black adults are more likely than other groups to develop Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders but are poorly represented in Alzheimer’s disease research, including recent clinical trials. Medicine & Health Alzheimer Clinical Trials Medicine/Health

Researchers call for clarity on the definition of medicine misuse

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Medicine misuse is a public health issue, but the term has different meanings to people in different settings. A recent analysis of published studies provides a comprehensive overview of the terms and definitions used to characterize medicine misuse. Chemistry AND Physics Internal Medicine Medicine/Health Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pharmaceutical Science Public Health

AI Disease Modeling Supports Precision Medicine for Cancer

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Precision medicine has offered a lot of hope for the treatment of cancer, as it makes it possible to tackle the multi-faceted disease with a more personalized, patient-specific approach. Could AI and precision medicine work together in the fight against cancer?

Leaders in stem cell science, regenerative medicine combine courses in 2021

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Regenerative Medicine Foundation and Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine to present a co-located World Stem Cell Summit and Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course Credit: WFIRM WINSTON-SALEM, NC, Dec.

New research partnership

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publishers New Rochelle, NY, November 2, 2020–Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB), the Center for Biomedical Research Transparency (CBMRT), and Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Credit: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.,

College of Medicine researcher makes novel discoveries in preventing epileptic seizures

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Credit: Colin Hackley A team of researchers from the Florida State University College of Medicine has found that an amino acid produced by the brain could play a crucial role in preventing a type of epileptic seizure. Medicine & Health Medicine/Health Neurobiology

Sanofi establishes three-year collaboration with Stanford Medicine to accelerate immunology research

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Sanofi establishes three-year collaboration with Stanford Medicine to accelerate immunology research Sanofi establishes three-year collaboration with Stanford Medicine to accelerate immunology research Sanofi establishes three-year collaboration with Stanford Medicine to accelerate immunology research Projects led by collaborating researchers from the … Continue reading → GlobeNewswire

Personalized medicine, not X-rays, should guide forearm fracture treatment in older adults

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The new findings will guide future treatments of distal radius fracture A decade-long study of the most common forearm fracture in older adults revealed that personalized medicine catering to a patient’s individual needs and environment, not age or X-rays, should guide treatment options. Led by a Michigan Medicine physician, the research team examined treatment outcomes […].

Twist Bioscience and Berry Genomics to Offer New NGS Solution to Advance Research and Precision Medicine

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Twist Bioscience and Berry Genomics to Offer New NGS Solution to Advance Research and Precision Medicine Twist Bioscience and Berry Genomics to Offer New NGS Solution to Advance Research and Precision Medicine SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.–(BUSINESS

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Soft X-ray method promises nanocarrier breakthroughs for smart medicine

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Currently researchers have to rely on attaching fluorescent dyes or heavy metals to label parts of organic nanocarrier structures for investigation, […]. Credit: Washington State University PULLMAN, Wash.

i2O Therapeutics Announces Research Collaboration with Sanofi to Enable Oral Delivery of Nanobody-based Medicines

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#news #biotech Research could enable biotechnology advances: Medicine, protective equipment, sensors

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Biotechnology, Pharma and Biopharma News – Research – Science – Lifescience ://Biotech-Biopharma-Pharma: Research could enable biotechnology advances: Medicine, protective equipment, sensors.New Army-funded synthetic biology research manipulated micro-compartments in cells, potentially enabling bio-manufacturing advances for medicine, protective equipment and engineering … Continue reading → #news

March/April 2021 Annals of Family Medicine Tip Sheet

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Cancer Aging cancer Health Care Systems/Services Information Management/Tracking Systems Management Science/Operations Research Medicine/Health Mental Health Metabolism/Metabolic Diseases Public Health Sex-Linked ConditionsStudy Reveals New Hope for Men With Common Urinary Issues A new systematic review of evidence recommends the use of behavioral self-management treatments for common urinary issues experienced by upwards of 70 percent of older men.

The AGA Research Foundation awards 45 researchers with over $2.5 million in research funding

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Cologne’s university medicine to coordinate EU vaccine research network VACCELERATE

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The European Union is funding the establishment of the new vaccine research network VACCELERATE with a total of 12 million euros for three years. Infectious Emerging Diseases Clinical Trials Epidemiology Infectious/Emerging Diseases Medicine/Health VaccinesSo far, 26 partner institutions from 21 European countries are involved in the network. The consortium is headed by the infectiologist Professor Dr. Oliver Cornely at the University of Cologne and […].

Immunicum AB (publ) Initiates Research Collaboration with Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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Immunicum AB (publ) Initiates Research Collaboration with Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Immunicum AB (publ) Initiates Research Collaboration with Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Press Release 14 April 2021 Immunicum AB (publ) Initiates Research Collaboration with … Continue reading → GlobeNewswire

Milken Institute, Baszucki Brain Research Fund launch fund for bipolar disorder research

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Credit: Milken Institute The Milken Institute’s Center for Strategic Philanthropy and the Baszucki Brain Research Fund today announced the launch of a dedicated grant program aimed at advancing therapeutic discovery for bipolar disorder (BD).

Gustave Roussy joins the WIN Consortium in personalized cancer medicine

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Gustave Roussy and Worldwide Innovative Network (WIN) in personalised cancer medicine consortium join forces to advance innovative cancer research. Chemistry AND Physics cancer Clinical Trials Diagnostics Medicine/Health Pharmaceutical Science“By joining the global network of WIN, Gustave Roussy is expecting to increase its global impact and to help improve cancer outcomes across the world,” said Prof. Jean-Charles Soria, General Director of Gustave Roussy.

New research project aims to improve understanding of differing decisions on medicine use

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Review will collate global information to help identify differences between regions

Top diversity and equity leaders in psychiatry offer guidelines for academic medicine

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New article and commentary from American Journal of Psychiatry Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) leaders in academic medicine are subject to increasing expectations with limited resources and there is an urgent need for psychiatry departments to commit to fully supporting their efforts, according to an article now available in the American Journal of Psychiatry written […].

Could personalised medicine change treatment for migraine?

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The concept of personalised medicine is becoming established in cancer, with an increasing number of drugs targeting specific mutations making it to market. The post Could personalised medicine change treatment for migraine?

Oncimmune/Medicines Discovery Catapult win UK government funding for COVID-19 research tool

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Research tool will predict disease severity and therapeutic response

Fourth Bioelectronic Medicine Summit Showcases Broad Innovation

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Representation of female authors in family medicine academic journals is trending upward

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Has female authorship distribution in family medicine research evolved over time? Representation of Female Authors in Family Medicine Academic Journals is Trending Upward After decades of underrepresentation in medicine, women are now entering many specialties in the United States, including family medicine, at higher rates than men. Medicine & Health Medicine/Health Researchers/Scientists/Awards

Penn Medicine researchers find link between food insecurity and cardiovascular death risk

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Medicine & Health Cardiology Medicine/HealthNew analysis reveals need for interventions that could improve wellbeing of communities PHILADELPHIA–Food insecurity is one of the nation’s leading health and nutrition issues–about 13.7 million (10.5 percent) of households in the United States were food insecure at some time during 2019, a trend likely to increase in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to […].

Uni of Exeter partners with MDC to accelerate academic medicines research

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Medicines Discovery Catapult (MDC) will offer industry skills and discovery platforms

Repertoire Immune Medicines Names Anthony Coyle, Ph.D., President, Research and Development

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–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Repertoire Immune Medicines, a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on decoding and deploying the immune system across multiple major diseases, today announced that Anthony Coyle, Ph.D., has joined the company as President, Research and Development.

The Misophonia Research Fund announces recipients of the 2020 Misophonia Research Grants

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The Misophonia Research Fund is pleased to announce the recipients of a new grant seeking to understand misophonia and develop new therapeutic strategies for those living with the condition. Funded research includes: At Duke University, Dr. Clair Robbins will conduct postdoctoral research to develop a treatment protocol based on methods targeting emotional disorders.

Thematic Research into the Global Regenerative Medicine in Pharma Market – Opportunities, Challenges, and Unmet Needs – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Thematic Research into the Global Regenerative Medicine in Pharma Market – Opportunities, Challenges, and Unmet Needs – ResearchAndMarkets.com Thematic Research into the Global Regenerative Medicine in Pharma Market – Opportunities, Challenges, and Unmet Needs – ResearchAndMarkets.com DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Regenerative Medicine … Continue reading → Business Wire

Researchers develop better way to determine safe drug doses for children

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New research on organ maturation models could lead to improvements in drug development Credit: Image: Matti Ahlgren Determining safe yet effective drug dosages for children is an ongoing challenge for pharmaceutical companies and medical doctors alike.

Merck research chief Roger Perlmutter to retire, leaving immunotherapy legacy

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Under his leadership, Merck developed a once overlooked cancer drug into Keytruda, now a top-selling medicine and foundational treatment for more than a dozen types of tumors

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Center for Psychedelic Medicine established at NYU Langone Health

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New program builds on notable achievements and offers first-ever dedicated training program for early career investigators Philanthropic support from several donors totaling over $10 million will allow NYU Langone Health to advance its already world-renowned reputation in the field of psychedelic medicine through the establishment of a one-of-a-kind center dedicated to expanding research and professional […].

Researchers find ‘missing link’

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