New research will study protein vital to reproduction
In the scientific world of reproductive biology, the typical objective of research is either to find a new way to enhance fertilization or a new way to prevent it. Diane Duffy, PhD, is considering both options as she begins a five-year, $3.36 million study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Event aims to increase diversity in the field of medicine
EVMS recently hosted the very first Melanin in Medicine conference.
EVMS honors faculty and staff for service, excellence
EVMS honored a record 23 individuals with President’s Faculty, Staff and Diversity and Inclusion Awards at the 2019 EVMS Service & Recognition Awards Ceremony, Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott.
EVMS, UCB to study difficult-to-control seizures caused by tumors
EVMS and the Belgium firm UCB are collaborating on a new research project targeting glioblastoma, a malignant tumor that affects the brain but is highly resistant to current therapies.
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