Analysis reveals function of mitochondrial disease-related protein

Analysis reveals function of mitochondrial disease-related protein

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine have identified the function of a mitochondrial protein that plays a role in human disease. The research, led by BJC Investigator Dave Pagliarini, could provide new ways to diagnose and develop treatments for some rare mitochondrial diseases.
Holehouse receives NSF early-career award

Holehouse receives NSF early-career award

Alex Holehouse, an assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biophysics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has received a Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation.
Helping qubits stay in sync

Helping qubits stay in sync

In a new paper in Physical Review Letters, Kater Murch in Arts & Sciences and his collaborators explore the effects of memory in quantum systems. View an illustrated video about the experiments and findings.
Tiny displacements, giant changes in optical properties

Tiny displacements, giant changes in optical properties

In a study published recently in Advanced Materials, researchers from Washington University and the University of Southern California reveal a new pathway for designing optical materials using the degree of atomic disorder. The researchers anticipate developing crystals that enable advanced infrared imaging in low-light conditions or to enhance medical imaging devices.
Group-based interventions address HIV stigma

Group-based interventions address HIV stigma

Group-based interventions have the potential to address HIV-related stigma among adolescents living with the virus, finds a recent study from researchers at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and Makerere University in Uganda.
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