Small but mighty: Microparticles from the placenta may offer major clues on the in utero development of neurobehavioral disorders
Published 11/29/2023For 30 years, Cheryl Rosenfeld has studied how biological information gets transferred from mothers to babies during pregnancy. The research is personal for Rosenfeld, whose niece, Sara, was exposed to sedative drugs in utero.
Published 11/3/2023The Animal Infection and Monitoring Services core supports studies on a wide variety of bacterial and viral diseases.
Published 11/3/2023Teresa Lever is developing tools to objectively diagnose and treat swallowing impairments associated with neurological diseases, cancer, genetic disorders and aging.