Researchers uncover mechanism in mother-to-child HIV transmission

Scientists at Dartmouth Medical School have uncovered a key mechanism in mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 virus through breast-feeding.


Harvard prof. presents breakthroughs in space imaging

Although astronomy is one of the oldest sciences, the universe remains a mystery–99.9% of the universe is still unmapped. Harvard professor Avi Leob discussed two new methods for mapping the universe’s most elusive phenomena in the presentation “Exploring New Physics in the Early Universe and Around Black Holes” last Friday.


DMS prof. studies effects of chronic exposure to steroid cocktail in the forebrain of female mice

A research team led by Dartmouth Medical School professor Leslie Henderson recently discovered a new key mechanism explaining how chronic anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) use alters neural signaling involved in the expression of social behaviors in female mice. The finding was published this month in Neuroscience. AAS are synthetic derivatives of […]


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