Contraceptive Drug Shows Promise for Preventing and Regressing Cervical Cancer
Findings suggest a new affordable non-invasive approach.
The Role of a Single Molecule in Obesity
Molecule mimics high-fat diet-induced signaling.
Finding Therapeutic Targets to Prevent Atherosclerosis
UH biologist discovers protein partnership that protects blood vessels.
A Focus on Disease: The Center for Nuclear Receptors and Cell Signaling
Center funded by 18 active grants, with a total award amount of $8.7 million.
Researchers Link Defects in a Nuclear Receptor in the Brain to Autism Spectrum Disorders
UH researchers advance understanding of autism.
Sumoylation: Protein Modifications in Cancer Progression
Biology’s Samaneh Karami involved in cancer research.
Estrogen Suspected, Examined as Cause of Cervical Cancer
UH researcher exploring cancer cures with CPRIT funding.
Four CNRCS Faculty Receive Awards from Owens Medical Research Foundation
Grants totaling $400,000 support research on cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.
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