Scientists Replicate the Blood-Brain BarrierUsing a patient’s own cells, the BBB on a chip will lead to more personalized brain drug treatments.
MSIH Student: Tales from a Mexican Operating RoomAaron Hochman-Zimmerman recalls his rotation spent in Mexico City as part of his global health studies.
A Uranium-Free Method for Nuclear Medicine ImagingBGU creates a novel way to produce radioisotopes that is cheaper and more environmentally feasible.
NIBN Expands Biotech in the NegevAs BGU’s biotech institute connects research with industry, more jobs are created for graduates.
BGU’s Drug Combo Therapy Protects Blood-Brain BarrierTwo FDA-approved drugs, when taken together, prevents development of various neurological diseases.
Mini-Robot Helps Doctors Peer InsideThe BGU self-propelled robot will provide better diagnosis and treatment for problems in the small intestines.
New Hope for Bone Repair and Targeted Drug DeliveryA peptide discovered by BGU researchers has applications ranging from dental disease to chemotherapy.
C-Section Under Anesthesia Raises Autism RiskBGU's breakthrough study distinguishes between general anesthesia and other forms of painkillers.
Women Snore As Much and As Loud As MenBGU study finds that women underreport that they snore, which could lead to misdiagnosing medical conditions.
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