Electronic skin refers to a thin, flexible device that can mimic the functions of human skin by responding to factors such as heat and pressure
Two MU Sinclair School of Nursing associate professors work to provide assistance to more than 500 nursing homes in the state.
Young adults with autism were surveyed to determine how much they were taught about handling their own care.
The goal is to bind drugs to the proteins that make up the receptors of the T-cell in order to help it detect tumors.
A $2 million grant will follow 50 severe asthma patients for five years to determine how precision medicine can help them.
An MU researcher is looking to help cancer patients by dedicating her efforts to something most take for granted — saliva.
MU researchers are studying the potential benefit of early intervention in ALS treatment to preserve certain motor functions.
The projects will develop medical innovations related to heart disease, cancer treatment and concussions..
David Gozal has identified tiny messengers traveling among cells and hopes that knowledge can readjust circadian rhythms.
Three projects pave the way for fall risk assessment research, enabling older adults to live happier, more independent lives.
Dr. Jeffrey Bryan, the veterinary oncology team and ELIAS Animal Health see promising success on new cancer treatment method.
Caring for a person living with dementia greatly alters the daily lives of caregivers, often dramatically.
Bradley Ferguson, an assistant research professor in health psychology at MU, wanted to see if stress could be detected by sweat levels before a problem behavior occurs.
Frank Booth studies whether genes might be the cause of physical inactivity rather than lack of drive or willpower.
MU researcher finds that treating sleep issues can lead to fewer drinking problems.