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Health - Innovation / Technology - 19.08.2019

Life Sciences - Health - 17.08.2019
Function from structure: the double life of a DUB
Function from structure: the double life of a DUB
Deubiquitinases (DUBs) play a general role removing protein-degrading ubiquitins throughout the cell and are not typically known for specificity. Analyzing the two protein complexes BRISC and BRCA1-A, which have the same DUB core but play different roles in human biology, the Thomä group - in a collaboration with the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR) - showed that DUBs can have diversified targeting and regulatory functions.

Pharmacology - Health - 16.08.2019
FDA approves Roche’s RozlytrekTM (entrectinib) for people with ROS1-positive, metastatic non-small cell lung cancer and NTRK gene fusion-positive solid tumours
First FDA-approved treatment designed to target both ROS1 and NTRK that also shows response in cancer that has spread to the brain Roche's first FDA-approved tumour-agnostic medicine Roche today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Rozlytrek?

Health - Life Sciences - 15.08.2019
Major award for two Bernese medical projects
Major award for two Bernese medical projects
Prestigious grants from the USA go to two Bernese researchers: the biomedical scientists Marianna Kruithof-de Julio and Robert Rieben were the only researchers in Switzerland to receive a grant under

Health - 09.08.2019
Genetic analyses indicate that the effect of being overweight and obesity on cancer risk is at least double what was previously thought
The effect of being overweight and obesity on risk of cancer is at least twice as large as previously thought according to new findings by an international research team that included University of Bristol academics.

Health - Pharmacology - 07.08.2019
Tiny biodegradable circuits for releasing painkillers inside the body
Tiny biodegradable circuits for releasing painkillers inside the body
EPFL researchers have developed biodegradable microresonators that can be heated locally with a wireless system.

Health - 05.08.2019
Doctors’ attitudes toward lesbians and gays shaped early in medical school
Attitudes towards lesbians and gay men can be shaped early on in medical training, with early-career doctors expressing less bias towards sexual minorities two years after medical school the more contact and favorable interactions they had with members of the LGBT community during medical school. Conversely, the more negative views students were exposed to about sexual minorities during medical school the greater the bias they exhibited by the second year of their medical residency, researchers from Yale and Oregon Health & Science University report Aug.

Pharmacology - Health - 05.08.2019
Roche’s Tecentriq plus platinum-based chemotherapy reduced the risk of disease worsening or death in people with previously untreated advanced bladder cancer
IMvigor130 is the first positive Phase III study of a cancer immunotherapy combination in previously untreated advanced bladder cancer Data will be shared with health authorities globally, including

Health - 05.08.2019
Sepsis plan needs action
Doctors from leading Australian institutions including The University of Queensland have called on the government to implement a national action plan to fight one of Australia's biggest killer diseases, sepsis.

Health - Environment - 02.08.2019
Healthcare industry is a major source of harmful emissions
Climate change presents an unprecedented public health emergency and the global healthcare sector is contributing to the worldwide crisis, argues Jodi Sherman, M.D. , associate professor of anesthesiology at the Yale School of Medicine in a commentary published Aug.

Health - Career - 02.08.2019
Scientists win ERC grants for 'blue skies' research
Scientists win ERC grants for ’blue skies’ research
Two researchers have won prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Proof of Concept grants to explore frontier research.

Social Sciences - Health - 31.07.2019
Researchers receive $17 million grant to fight opioid addiction in prisons
It's estimated that more than 130 people die every day from opioid-related drug overdoses.

Life Sciences - Health - 31.07.2019
Protective protein not only guards against DNA damage, but could help better target fast-growing cancer cells
The discovery that an essential protein plays a protective role during cell division, could open the door to better targeted treatment of fast-growing cancer cells. Polo-like kinase (PLK1) was previously thought to have a major function - helping chromosome alignment during mitosis for cell division.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 31.07.2019

Pharmacology - Health - 30.07.2019
Yale and Mayo Clinic awarded FDA grant to study opioid prescribing and use
Yale University and Mayo Clinic have been awarded a grant for up to $5.3 million over two years by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to study patients' experiences with pain and use of opioids prescribed for acute pain. This project is part of the Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (CERSI) , a joint effort between Yale, Mayo Clinic, and the FDA.

Health - 30.07.2019
Online resource to help sufferers ease back pain
A comprehensive tool to help people manage back pain has been developed by a team of international health experts led by University of Queensland researchers.

Health - Psychology - 30.07.2019

Life Sciences - Health - 30.07.2019
$1.5 million awarded for dementia prevention study
Researchers have secured funding from the National Health Medical Research Council for a first-ever trial of both screening and intervention for obstructive sleep apnoea in older people at risk for dementia.

Business / Economics - Health - 30.07.2019
A summer break to remember
Stanford faculty members look back at the memorable experiences from their college summers that helped shape who they are today.

Life Sciences - Health - 29.07.2019
Personalized blood pressure management may aid stroke recovery
Personalized blood pressure management may aid stroke recovery
Post-stroke management - particularly the regulation of blood pressure - is crucial to achieve the best outcome for patients.

Life Sciences - Health - 29.07.2019
Thanks to science, parasite can have sex in mice, not just cats
Laura Knoll is a professor of medical microbiology in the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.

Health - Pharmacology - 26.07.2019
Superbugs: A Pop-Up Science Shop (29th July - 11th August)
Ever wondered what micro-organisms are living on your skin? Drop into our interactive lab in the heart of Cardiff's busy shopping centre to find out, and you can even get pictures of them! Cardiff Un

Pharmacology - Health - 26.07.2019
Novartis receives positive CHMP opinion for Lucentis treatment
Lucentis (ranibizumab), if approved in the EU for this indication, will be the first and only pharmacological therapy for ROP in these vulnerable infants Positive opinion is based on the landmark Pha

Pharmacology - Health - 26.07.2019
CHMP recommends EU approval of Roche’s Tecentriq in combination with chemotherapy
Decision based on results from first Phase III study to show a cancer immunotherapy-based combination significantly improved overall survival (OS) and progression-free survival (PFS) in over 20 years

Health - Physics - 26.07.2019
Golden partnership to advance UQ cancer test
Golden partnership to advance UQ cancer test
The development of a rapid cancer test at The University of Queensland will be aided by a $300,000 donation from an Australian gold mining company.

Life Sciences - Health - 24.07.2019
Plant virology and vector-transmitted disease experts join forces to help African farmers
Farmers in African countries who face failing harvests due to insect vector plant diseases are being helped through a new training programme set up by leading experts in plant virology and vector-transmitted diseases.

Health - Administration - 23.07.2019

Health - 23.07.2019
Microfluidics device helps diagnose sepsis in minutes
Microfluidics device helps diagnose sepsis in minutes
When time matters in hospitals, automated system can detect an early biomarker for the potentially life-threatening condition.

Health - 22.07.2019
Christian Guilleminault, researcher who coined ’obstructive sleep apnea syndrome,’ dies at 80
Christian Guilleminault, a prolific researcher who helped build Stanford's sleep disorders clinic into an influential, full-service sleep center, died July 9 of cancer.

Life Sciences - Health - 22.07.2019
Scientists map our underappreciated 'little brain'
Scientists map our underappreciated ’little brain’
Scientists at UC Berkeley and Western University in Canada have used brain imaging to map the cerebellum, a formerly underappreciated neural region that contains the vast majority of the brain's neurons, hence its Latin moniker "little brain.

Life Sciences - Health - 22.07.2019
Vampire algae killer's genetic diversity poses threat to biofuels
Vampire algae killer’s genetic diversity poses threat to biofuels
Multiple species of pathogen challenge commercial algae production DNA sequences show what are likely different species, suggesting a much larger diversity in this family than we originally assumed. Blake Hovde LOS ALAMOS, N.M., July 22, 2019-New DNA analysis has revealed surprising genetic diversity in a bacterium that poses a persistent threat to the algae biofuels industry.

Life Sciences - Health - 21.07.2019
150 years of DNA
150 years of DNA
DNA has become the icon of modern bioscience but few people realize that it was Friedrich Miescher, who - almost a century before Watson and Crick - laid the chemical groundwork for the molecular breakthroughs that followed. Today, 150 years after Miescher's first ‘discovery' of DNA, we want to highlight his remarkable work.

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