Latest Mount Sinai News

Global Scale Of Deaths Caused By Pollution Laid Bare
Manmade pollutants and climate change contribute to millions of deaths from cardiovascular disease each year, warn a coalition of leading scientists
GoT-ChA: New tool reveals how gene mutations affect cells
UV light treats beet disease, combats fungicide resistance
New consortium of healthcare leaders announces formation of Trustworthy & Responsible AI Network (TRAIN), making safe and fair AI accessible to every healthcare organization
Gut fungi amplify inflammation in severe Covid
Microsoft Azure meets growing needs of healthcare organizations, such as Mount Sinai Health System, with a highly scalable public cloud for Epic
Study to compare heart procedure benefits in underrepresented groups
Astrocyte processing of serotonin regulates olfactory perception
Researchers discover positive effects of intravenous ketamine for treatment-resistant depression
Survey highlights growing need for psychosocial support in IBD care amid high rates of anxiety and depression
Monkeypox studies suggest ways to reduce viral spread
University of Toronto mourns death of Queen Elizabeth II, lowers flags to half-mast
New project will explore disparities in hospital patient transfers
CPTAC renews funding for proteogenomics research at Baylor
Blood biomarker predicts complicated Crohn’s disease years before diagnosis: Study
Ludwig MSK study modeling tumor evolution reveals vulnerability for cancer prevention and therapy
Docs got talent: Choir made up of physicians impresses in TV singing debut
Scientists Pinpoint What Makes Brain Cells Develop in Specific Order
New study identifies genes most likely to lead to heart attacks
To beat depression, researchers hunt for perfect brain stimulation therapy ‘rhythm’
New Study Reveals Heart Disease Triggered by Complex Networks of Genes
Female patients operated on by male surgeons more likely to die, suffer complications
Nutrition, diet and prostate cancer
From petroleum to public health: University of Toronto nursing grad embarks on second career
Major new study finds key genes in vascular disease that may affect one in 20 women
Cloaking technology: helping therapeutic cells evade your immune system