In an age marked by a pandemic, climate change and chronic disease, human health faces a complex web of challenges that demands wide-ranging solutions. It will take an arsenal of...
Advances in science and medicine are key to finding new treatments for disease. But the responsibility doesn’t stop there, says Luca Brunelli, MD, PhD, a neonatologist at University of Utah...
Three U of U Health studies find new genetic links to suicidal behavior.
Discovery provides researchers with a more complete picture of what is going wrong in ALS and what might be done to mitigate it.
University of Utah Health researchers are participating in an effort to produce the world’s largest DNA mapping effort of children and their families.
Highlighting investigators and their pioneering research programs, the Vitae program seeds new collaborations and development strategies by humanizing research through story.
More than 25 years in the making, scientific discoveries made by U of U Health chair of Neurology, Stefan Pulst, MD, Dr Med, have reached the milestone of entering human...
The outlook looks promising for a Utah child receiving a new gene therapy for a lethal condition, spinal muscular atrophy.
In a new study, researchers at University of Utah Health recently detected how alterations in this gene could disrupt the formation and function of synapses in the hippocampus,
Building on the success of the Utah Genome Project Symposium, the CGM Symposium will highlight the recent activities and discoveries of our community.
Researchers at University of Utah Health who studied family members across three generations have determined that genetic leaps within the human genome typically occur in about 5% of live births.
University of Utah Health scientists have discovered a simple fix for design flaw in synthesized CRISPRs that could significantly improve the efficiency of these commonly used genetic tools.
Funding awarded to Aaron Quinlan, PhD, associate director of the Utah Center for Genetic Discovery from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) will enhance the usability of software tools for genome...
Everyone is a mutant but some are prone to diverge more than others, report scientists at University of Utah Health.
The University of Utah Health-produced short documentary One in a Million has been an official selection at eight film festivals nationwide and has received 12 marketing awards.