2019 Health Sciences Research Day (MU)
"More than 200 research projects were on display during the 2019 Health Sciences Research Day. The annual event showcased research from MU undergraduate, medical and nursing students, as well as pre- and post-doctoral trainees. The event featured a range of health research, including gene editing, autism, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, ophthalmology, orthopaedics and end-of-life care. Students displayed their work in the School of Medicine’s Acuff Gallery and Patient-Centered Care Learning Center at the day-long event."--2019 Health Sciences Research Day website (https://medicine.missouri.edu/news/innovations-take-center-stage-health-sciences-research-day), viewed December 4, 2019.
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Impact of culture and/or religion on end of life decisions among advanced cancer patients in developing countries (2019)Introduction: The objective of the study was to identify factors related to culture and/or religion that impact decision making at the end of life. Conclusions: * Improving cancer care in developing countries requires that ...
Type II cytokines direct choices of early thymic progenitor lineage and influence negative selection of myelin-reactive T cells (2019)Autoimmune diseases have been known for having a strong genetic component; however, there is growing indication that shows the environment also plays an important role. One way in which the environment plays a role is ...
(2019)Introduction: Hypertrophic granulation (HG) is defined as abnormal granulation tissue, raised above the level of surrounding skin. HG often occurs with delayed healing, or in areas of graft failure in burns. HG impedes ...