Height amplifies already problematic perceptions of threat in black men, which can lead to harassment and even injury, according to a new study by two Department of Psychology and Neuroscience researchers.
The Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that HIV may be able to affect cells it can’t directly infect by packaging a key protein within the host’s cellular mail and sending it out into the body.
Creating new healthy muscle cells within a patient’s own ailing heart is how scientists hope to reverse heart disease one day. A new study led by UNC researchers reveals key molecular details that should be useful in developing this approach.
Small viruses that deliver therapeutic genes can have adverse side effects at high doses. UNC School of Medicine researchers have now found a structure on these viruses that makes them better at crossing from the bloodstream into the brain.
UNC School of Medicine professor Edward Barnes found that patients with inflammatory bowel disease who showed high levels of “patient activation” were less likely to experience disease flare during follow-up,
Since 2015, the Chameleon testbed has helped researchers push the potential of cloud computing even further, and now, a new grant from the National Science Foundation will extend Chameleon’s mission for another three years.