Jessica Tarnowski ’15 was always curious about the genetic basis of hereditary diseases. Now she helps those at risk for sickle-cell anemia and other conditions to access health care services.
Faced with a deadly disease, many people participate in clinical trials as the ultimate way to help others.
Behavioral scientists have puzzled over why lions, of all cats, should live in groups. A new study answers: The landscape did it.
Comfortable. Attractive. Efficient. Affordable. U of M students may have just designed the home of the future.
Three years after joining a bone marrow registry as a Gopher swimmer, student-athlete development intern Kaela Anderson found herself undergoing surgery to help save the life of a stranger.