Latest University of Massachusetts Medical School Stories
The movement of genetic materials, such as RNA and ribosomes, from the nucleus to the cytoplasm is a critical component in a cell's ability to make the proteins necessary for essential biological functions.
Clinical researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) are combining an innovative constellation of technologies such as artificial intelligence, smartphone programming, biosensors and wireless connectivity to develop a device designed to detect physiological stressors associated with drug cravings and respond with user-tailored behavioral interventions that prevent substance use.
Small, mobile sequences of DNA left over from viruses, called transposons or "jumping genes" because of their ability to move around the genome, pose a significant threat to the genetic integrity and stability of an organism.
An inexpensive, culturally sensitive diabetes prevention program created by researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School reduced pre-diabetes indicators in a Latino population at risk for developing diabetes.
Project will link a smart phone, glucose meter, and scale to help people manage their diabetes. Worcester, Mass.
Scientists have reported for the first time ever the genomic sequence of the iconic Monarch Butterfly, famous for its migration of 2,000 miles from North America to central Mexico every fall.
- A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.