Researchers at the Mount Sinai Diabetes Center have already developed an artificial pancreas. Next, a drug that could regenerate pancreatic cells in the body.
Scientists have developed a new understanding about how memories exist in the brain, and it could change how we diagnose and treat brain disease forever.
Like trees, teeth have rings that tell a story. By seeking abnormalities among them, scientists may have found a new method to identify illness before it hits.
For researchers, the ability to use huge datasets to improve health outcomes for individuals and populations has long been elusive. No longer.
Researchers are unraveling the mechanisms that drive drug abuse. This may lead to treatments for the cause, not just the symptoms.
The science behind antidepressants has not advanced in half a century. New discoveries, including research into the anesthetic ketamine, could change everything.
Long promised, a lifelong vaccine for every form of influenza has entered human trials.
Five female scientists and physicians share their experiences in advancing their fields and careers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.