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SRI Magazine 2018

SRI Magazine 2018

SRI Magazine 2018

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Researchers target tough-to-treat brain diseases with focused ultrasound

Researchers target tough-to-treat brain diseases with focused ultrasound

Noninvasive imaging technique makes major gains in studies

 

Discovering the drawbacks of double-booking hip surgeries

Discovering the drawbacks of double-booking hip surgeries

Overlapping procedures prove problematic

 

Mutations in tumour-halting gene may be useful markers for prognosis

Mutations in tumour-halting gene may be useful markers for prognosis

More active forms of gene linked to longer survival of people with cancer

 

MRI technique holds key to selecting patients for heart treatment

MRI technique holds key to selecting patients for heart treatment

New method of identifying hard versus soft lesions shows promise for people with peripheral arterial disease

 

Non sequitur

Non sequitur

 

Study shines light on perinatal suicide

Study shines light on perinatal suicide

Pregnancy and the entirety of the first postpartum year demand attention

 

Local anesthetic after liver cancer surgery reduces opioid use

Local anesthetic after liver cancer surgery reduces opioid use

Patient-controlled analgesia also quickens recovery: study

 

What sends the body into calorie-burning overdrive after a burn?

What sends the body into calorie-burning overdrive after a burn?

Scientists discover immune system plays a critical role in hypermetabolism caused by burns

 

Targeted triage and more funding needed to improve heart procedure process

Targeted triage and more funding needed to improve heart procedure process

For trans-catheter aortic valve implantation surgeries, careful patient selection is essential

 

What determines the specific identities of brain cells?

What determines the specific identities of brain cells?

Study zeroes in on the importance of two genes

 

Writing the skin

Writing the skin

Team develops hand-held device that can deposit wound-healing tissue directly onto severe burns

 

Will ultrasound be used one day to diagnose breast cancer?

Will ultrasound be used one day to diagnose breast cancer?

Inexpensive imaging technique shows high potential to provide early, precise and noninvasive "acoustic" biopsy

 

Trainees

Their way

Their way

With PhDs in hand, two SRI alumni chart custom-fitted courses

 

Ask a scientist

What is your guilty pleasure?

What is your guilty pleasure?

 

Facts & stats

Quick statistics

Quick statistics

 

Q&A

Q&A with Dr. Julie Lovshin

Dr. Julie Lovshin