U of M study seeks evidence that mindfulness-based stress reduction can help improve recovery for people who have heart disease.
A clinical trial at the U of M may help surgeons make more efficient use of donor hearts and benefit patients waiting for a transplant.
U takes a leading role in the Lifespan Human Connectome Project, phase two of a national brain mapping initiative.
U research shows that substituting healthier forms of gratification can curb drug addiction.
A Q&A with David Redish, Ph.D., who says it's the human condition that has always intrigued him.
When a homegrown cancer therapy didn’t work as anticipated, U researchers went back to the lab to find—and solve—the problem.
Philanthropy advances a doctor’s efforts to promote wider newborn screening for cytomegalovirus, one of the most common causes of disability in children.
Research by the numbers
With a physics-based research approach, Masonic Cancer Center scientists are looking for clues to stop the most unstoppable cancers.
A national, multipronged clinical study matches cancer patients with investigational treatments designed to attack their specific tumors.