The Simpson Querrey Lung Institute for Translational Science (SQLIFTS) ushers in a new era of lung research, education, and patient care.
Bridging the Gap
Influential faculty and a new center put Northwestern on the leading edge of dissemination and implementation science.
Portrait of a Tumor
A new DNA methylation profiling tool that ensures brain tumors are accurately diagnosed is available at Northwestern Medicine.
Focus on Impact
As vice dean for faculty affairs, Farzaneh Sorond, MD, PhD, brings a uniquely winding career path and passion for taking care of others.
A Tireless Quest for Better
Celebrating Feinberg’s 2023 Match Day
Northwestern to Co-Lead New CZ Biohub Chicago
Faculty Awards & Honors
New Immune Culprit Discovered in Alzheimer’s Disease
Immune cells in brain and spinal fluid become dysregulated and ‘a little angry’ as we age.
Study Uncovers Potential Therapeutic Approach for Advanced Prostate Cancer
Elevated PALI1 in advanced prostate tumors mediates crosstalk between two primary epigenetic silencing mechanisms, suggesting that dual epigenetic inhibition may be an effective therapeutic strategy.
Novel Mechanisms Regulate Inflammatory Skin Diseases
A newly identified role for an intracellular trafficking pathway in regulating epidermal developmental processes could serve as a future therapeutic target for inflammatory skin diseases.
Understanding How Childhood Brain Tumors Develop
A team of scientists has identified a new cell type implicated in the development of the most common type of malignant childhood brain tumor.
Christopher Kang, ’96 MD, ’00 GME, takes the helm at the American College of Emergency Physicians