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Weroha sees patients who are asking questions, looking for cures and searching for hope.
He is also searching for new imaging biomarkers of disease through both the development of new image acquisition protocols (such as methods to characterize microscopic cysts and fibrosis) and analysis techniques (such as texture anal...
This includes DNA methylation patterns in maternal leukocytes, gene transcription, alterations in the level and function of related proteins, and searching for biomarkers in blood and urine to diagnose and predict current or future d...
Focus areas Searching for better procedures to control patients' pain in ICUs Participating in a project on the complications of CRRT Working on an electronic surveillance "sniffer" for early detection and intervention of AKI Studyin...
Kinney enjoys searching for ways to improve these patients' pain control, minimize side effects and maximize safety.
Cummins partners with a multidisciplinary team of researchers searching for a cure for HIV.
This includes searching for novel biomarkers in serum and cerebrospinal fluids of patients with autoimmune and paraneoplastic neurological syndromes.
., studies arrhythmia treatment at multiple levels: from searching for specific mechanisms of arrhythmias in patients that will translate into an optimal treatment strategy for an individual, to evaluating the use of large databases ...
Searching for the genetic variants that impact the effectiveness and tolerability of migraine-preventive medications.
Walther-Antonio is exploring the ovarian cancer microbiome signature and investigating an early detection avenue for the disease by searching a microbiome signature through microbial amplification and sequencing.
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