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Date Posted: 03/12/2014 09:27 pm
Anja Nohe calls osteoporosis “a significant disease and a silent disease,” afflicting some 10 million Americans and leading to more deaths — from osteoporosis-related fractures — among women in the U.S. than breast and ovarian cancer combined.
Date Posted: 10/08/2013 11:21 am
Ulhas Naik, professor of biological sciences and director of the Delaware Cardiovascular Research Center is on a quest to tease out the roles that various blood components play in the formation of clots.
Date Posted: 06/14/2013 09:51 am
Salil Lachke, a developmental biologist and expert in gene discoveries associated with eye disease, has received a career-starter research grant from the Knights Templar Eye Foundation (KTEF) to expand his scholarship to infants born with...
Date Posted: 04/08/2013 03:42 pm
Ulhas Naik's lab at the University of Delaware and Researchers at Temple University have published a study in the Journal of Biological...
Date Posted: 04/08/2013 03:39 pm
Salil Lachke, University of Delaware assistant professor of biological sciences and a 2012 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences, is one of just eight researchers from around the world selected as an Alcon...
Date Posted: 03/11/2013 10:03 am
Kenneth L. van Golen, associate professor of biology.
Date Posted: 01/23/2013 04:21 pm
Robert Sikes, director of the CTCR.
Date Posted: 11/20/2012 09:00 am
Ian Stewart finds out if parenting take a toll on the immune system?
If you’ve ever been the parent of a newborn who demanded to be fed every three to four hours, your gut instinct tells you the answer is an absolute, unequivocal yes.
Date Posted: 06/18/2012 09:04 am
Salil Lachke, a University of Delaware biologist whose research is yielding new discoveries about the world’s leading causes of blindness, has been named a 2012 Pew Scholar in the...