“Our site has been active in the AIDS Clinical Trials Group since 1988, and together we have led the way in optimizing treatments for AIDS,” said David Clifford, MD.
Researchers have shown that markers in human spinal fluid and other indicators can help track the progression of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease.
Indi Trehan, MD, shows that severely malnourished children are more likely to recover and survive when given antibiotics along with therapeutic food.
After Wolff first visited Haiti more than a decade ago, she began treating malnourished Haitian children with Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF).
Led by Jeffrey I. Gordon, faculty member at the WUSTL School of Medicine, the team is striving to find new ways to prevent malnutrition in children.
Obstetric fistulas is a childbirth injury that leave women incontinent and often treated like pariahs, until they encounter Dr. Lewis Wall.