A CST researcher is carefully watching for evidence that the COVID-19 virus is mutating or adapting.
May 11, 2020
The international survey-based research delves deeper into taste- and smell-related symptoms.
May 1, 2020
Temple’s Gerard Criner is the principal investigator at Temple University Hospital for a new clinical trial evaluating a potential treatment for COVID-19 patients.
April 28, 2020
More than 1 million participants worldwide are running computer simulations at home to find potential drugs to counteract the coronavirus.
The research team came away with promising results in the study of a drug molecule’s effect on the brain’s ability to stave off protein buildup.
Temple-led research shows that virtual reality can help reduce anxiety and improve mood in women undergoing chemotherapy.
Knowing more about how our brains process profanity could help inform treatments, researchers say.
The researchers, in collaboration with a West Coast biotech firm, are investigating an ion channel that may be used to reduce pain.
Temple scientists discovered that extra virgin olive oil can prevent brain deterioration.
The drug, rilpivirine, may also be effective against other mosquito-borne viral diseases.
Associate Professor of Pharmacodynamics Marlene Jacobson’s research on treatments for a rare inherited condition have revealed a link to Parkinson’s.
Heather Murphy will work with stakeholders in Uganda and India to improve sanitation conditions as part of a Bill and Melinda Gates grant-funded project.
The breakthrough represents a significant advancement in knowledge of potential treatments for the illness.