All Research

December 6, 2023

Unearthing pathology of recent rise in black lung disease 

Results will help pathologists diagnose a new, more aggressive form of the disease

Captivating minds and sparking inspiration at the University of Illinois Chicago's SparkTalks Nov. 16, 2023

December 5, 2023

Debut SparkTalks provides whirlwind tour of UIC discovery, impact 

Inaugural event featured talks from 36 faculty members from across campus

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November 28, 2023

Growing microtumors in a dish helps rapidly identify genes that drive tumor growth

The method identified promising targets for precision oncology in two types of cancer

November 28, 2023

Bidding adieu to sticky ice, but with a grain of salt

Experiments find that impure ice is less sticky than ice made with pure water

November 27, 2023

Why does puberty trigger us to stop growing? 

Research on fruit flies has implications for this poorly understood process in humans

2023 College of Dentistry Researchers group photo - (Left to right) Dr. Min Kyeong Lee, Dr. Maysaa Oubaidin, Dr. Veerasathpurush (Sath) Allareddy, Dr. Flavio José Castelli Sanchez, Dr. Mohammed H. Elnagar) Photo credit: Jenny Fontaine University of Illinois Chicago

November 16, 2023

AI, blockchain and phone scans: UIC researchers bring new technology to dentistry 

Exploring the value of the newest tech tools in the dentist’s office and dental education

November 13, 2023

Could religion be a catalyst to cooperation in the Middle East? 

Participants said they didn’t see the other group’s religious beliefs as an intractable deterrent to cooperation

Jeffrey Loeb; experts guide

November 6, 2023

NIH grant expands UIC brain bank into citywide effort to study epilepsy, brain cancer 

$5 million grant expands UIC’s network of brain tissue research to 4 new Chicago sites.

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November 2, 2023

Can acupuncture alleviate certain kinds of chest pain?

NIH study to look at acupuncture as treatment for stable angina

Kristina A. Varady

October 27, 2023

Intermittent fasting is safe, effective for those with Type 2 diabetes 

More weight lost among people who fasted, compared to calorie restriction

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