At the U of M, a focus on precision agriculture is changing the way we look at farming.
Desperate to improve his son’s prognosis, a New Jersey father seeks out the best in muscular dystrophy research—and finds the U.
Bioengineered grafts could one day prevent the need for repeated surgeries in some children who have congenital heart defects.
New leader brings an inclusive approach—and an innovative treatment concept—to the U’s Department of Psychiatry.
With donor support, U researchers make another leap toward a cure for Alzheimer's disease.
A personal quest to better understand schizophrenia could show the way to more effective treatments.
The U has been named one of nine elite Udall Centers of Excellence for Parkinson's Disease Research.
U physician-scientists work on treatments and technologies that aim to better manage the disease—or stop it in its tracks.
U expert focuses on identifying ways to help LGBTQ youth navigate the challenges of adolescence.
After an intense illness and extensive TP-IAT surgery, the first grader is living a normal life.