NYU Langone Medical Center

NYU Langone Health is an academic medical center located in New York City, New York, United States, affiliated with New York University

Reducing the likelihood of melanoma recurring or causing death by 44 percent

Countering diabetic complications including cell death, inflammation, and organ damage with a new experimental compound

Evidence of hormone disruptor chemical threats grows

Diagnosing PTSD by analyzing voices using artificial intelligence

Study tests potential telemedicine approach A specially designed computer program can help diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in veterans by analyzing their voices, a new study finds. Published online April 22 in the journal Depression and Anxiety, the study found that an artificial intelligence tool can distinguish – with 89 percent accuracy – between the voices

Diagnosing PTSD by analyzing voices using artificial intelligence

Early evidence suggests hybrid cochlear implants may benefit millions with common form of hearing loss

Multicenter study led by NYU Langone Medical Center shows that device leads to major improvements in hearing and speech recognition People with a common form of hearing loss not helped by hearing aids achieved significant and sometimes profound improvements in their hearing and understanding of speech with hybrid cochlear implant devices, according to a new

Early evidence suggests hybrid cochlear implants may benefit millions with common form of hearing loss

A Radical Rethinking of Medical Education—An MD Degree in Three years

The educators argue that for highly qualified applicants, the three-year degree can be an effective counterbalance to ever more extensive training periods Academic medical centers can help adapt to dramatic changes in health care by offering accelerated study to selected students so that they receive a doctor of medicine degree (MD) in three years rather than

A Radical Rethinking of Medical Education—An MD Degree in Three years

Key Gene Found Responsible for Chronic Inflammation, Accelerated Aging and Cancer

“Nature has designed a way to simultaneously turn off harmful inflammation and repair our chromosomes, thereby suppressing aging at the cellular level and in the whole animal.”   Researchers at NYU School of Medicine have, for the first time, identified a single gene that simultaneously controls inflammation, accelerated aging and cancer. “This was certainly an

Key Gene Found Responsible for Chronic Inflammation, Accelerated Aging and Cancer

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