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- Faulty bioelectric signal responsible for facial defects caused by rare genetic disorder February 11, 2016Discovery may shed light on fetal alcohol syndrome, other conditionsMEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, MASS. (Embargoed until 7 PM EST, Feb. 10, 2016) -- Tufts University biologists have discovered the bioelectric mechanism by which the rare genetic disorder Andersen-Tawil syndrome (ATS) causes facial abnormalities, a finding that could lead to preventive measures and treatments for a host of disorders, […]
- The Importance of Electrical Signaling in Cells February 10, 2016Tufts researchers’ findings about craniofacial anomalies could shed light on fetal alcohol syndrome and other conditionsTufts University biologists have discovered the bioelectric mechanism by which a rare genetic disorder causes facial abnormalities, a finding that could lead to preventive measures and treatments for a host of disorders, from birth defects to cancer.
- Enrichment program introduces Boston undergraduates to careers in medicine or research February 10, 2016Tufts University School of Medicine with UMass Boston encourages a more diverse physician and biomedical science workforce with intensive curriculum for pre-medical and pre-doctoral studentsBOSTON (Feb. 10, 2016)—Twenty-six aspiring doctors and researchers experienced life as medical students or biomedical scientists during the fourth Tufts University School of Medicine/University of Massachusetts Boston Enrichment Program (TUSM/UMass Boston). […]
- Going After the Youth Vote February 9, 2016New report shows top 10 states and districts where young people could have high impact on electionsIf you’re wondering who really wields the power to influence this year’s presidential election, think young. A new Tufts report points to the importance of getting voters ages 18 to 29 to the polls.