Displaying items by tag: department of pathology

Findings show that mitochondrial DNA may strongly influence cellular metabolism and susceptibility to metabolic diseases like heart failure or obesity.
Yabing Chen, Ph.D., and Ganesh Halade, Ph.D., have won 2018 “best paper” awards.
UAB Pathology adds new Anatomic Pathology Division Director in Cristina Magi-Galluzzi, M.D., Ph.D., an expert in genitourinary pathology.
Platelet blood cells can carry an enzyme needed to prevent clots, while hiding it from autoantibody neutralization.
This knowledge can aid vaccine development, treatment of infections and moderation of autoimmune disease.
A diabetes drug suggests potential therapy for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, based on research with human lung fibroblasts and a mouse model of lung fibrosis.
UAB researchers have identified a subgroup of heart failure patients with reductive stress who may be less responsive or even harmed by antioxidants, which could lead to personalized treatment and better outcomes.
The app was designed with the goal of decreasing the confusion experienced by clinicians when ordering lab tests and choosing or managing a patient’s anticoagulation.
The event brings together physicians and researchers working to improve the available treatments, outcomes and recovery times for the disease.
UAB researcher will serve on the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Study Section.
Many cancers are curable if they are detected early, and UAB researchers are exploring ways to use cancer gene discoveries to develop screening tests to improve cancer survival.
Much like other muscles, when the heart works during the normal daytime hours, it needs a period of rest to repair itself.
Research indicates alternative contraception methods may reduce the risk in vulnerable populations.
This award from the AABB honors the top paper published in the journal Transfusion.
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