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‘High-risk’ research receives University seed funding

‘High-risk’ research receives University seed funding

May 23, 2018

University Research Awards for 2018-19 have been awarded to 15 projects ranging from an analysis of the roles of prisons in the Rochester region, to a new approach to genome editing, to new initiatives for advanced materials for powerful lasers.

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Weight might not be why obesity damages knees

Weight might not be why obesity damages knees

April 19, 2018

Bacteria in the gut, known as the gut microbiome, could be the culprit behind arthritis and joint pain that plagues people who are obese, according to a new Medical Center study.

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Medical Center awarded nearly $6 million to study deadly bone infections

Medical Center awarded nearly $6 million to study deadly bone infections

November 6, 2017

A five-year award from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease will allow the Center for Musculoskeletal Research to create a new multidisciplinary research program.

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Muscle stem cells may be key to staying strong as we age

Muscle stem cells may be key to staying strong as we age

June 6, 2017

Medical Center researchers have discovered that the loss of muscle stem cells, and not the loss of motor neurons, is the main driving force behind muscle decline in mice.

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Staff recognized for outstanding service

Staff recognized for outstanding service

April 17, 2017

Andrea Clarke of the Center for Community Health is among the several outstanding staff members honored this year for their significant and longstanding contributions to the University and to the Rochester community.

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Orthopaedists Connect Science, Common Health Burdens

Orthopaedists Connect Science, Common Health Burdens

January 25, 2013

Some of the most significant modern health problems — including obesity and type 2 diabetes, infections, and joint degeneration — a linked with the latest musculoskeletal research.

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