The two checkboxes appear on countless forms: male or female. But countless Americans don’t fit into either box.
Our researchers have tried a new approach: tricking bacteria into taking up a molecule that looks like food, but wreaks havoc once inside.
Since opening in 2015, the national Undiagnosed Disease Network has solved more than 200 mysterious cases.
Mart Mannik died last week at the age of 86. He led the Division of Rheumatology for 34 years.
Dr. Stanley Gartler was the first faculty member hired in the Division of Medical Genetics in 1957.
Cardiologist Danny Dvir turned a bicuspid into a tricuspid.
King named the 2018 recipient of the Advocacy Award by the American Society of Human Genetics.
Dr. George Stamatoyannopoulos, professor of medicine (Medical Genetics) and genome sciences, passed away on June 16.
Dr. Broudy will become interim chair of the Department of Medicine effective August 1.
Elaine Henley died on May 31 at the age of 92. She had been a faculty member for 64 years.