Dr. Ronald Rabinowitz, an internationally renowned expert in pediatric urology and urologic history, has trained more than 100 urology residents and medical students, many of whom have gone on to ...
Jamie Capal, MD, whose specializes in intellectual and developmental disabilities, will serve chief of the Division of Child Neurology at Golisano Children’s Hospital.
A Wilmot Cancer Institute study shows that patients with rectal cancer who respond well to radiation and chemotherapy are increasingly opting for a watch-and-wait approach to care.
The University of Rochester Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center is transforming the landscape of exploration.
Archan Ganguly, PhD, is an assistant professor of Neuroscience at the University of Rochester Medical Center. His research aims to understand how proteins essential for synaptic communication between ...
Farm life and transportation present unique challenges for Wilmot Cancer Institute patients in the region, where cancer incidence is among highest in the U.S.
TENS devices, which block pain and are readily available, may be useful for cancer patients, a new study shows.
A large NIH grant funds UR team to develop drugs without animal testing.
New research suggests an easy-to-measure brain process may be a target or biomarker in measuring treatment outcomes in clinical trials for patients with Batten disease.
Researchers at the Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience at the University of Rochester find that microglia—the brain’s immune cells—can trigger cognitive deficits after radiation exposure and may be ...