The Promise of Scientific Partnerships with People on the Spectrum
The Promise of Scientific Partnerships with People on the Spectrum
Five collaborations involving autistic scientists and experts are advancing autism research, from lending support for theories of the condition to shoring up trials of new treatments.
The Promise of Scientific Partnerships with People on the Spectrum
The Promise of Scientific Partnerships with People on the Spectrum

Five collaborations involving autistic scientists and experts are advancing autism research, from lending support for theories of the condition to shoring up trials of new treatments.

Five collaborations involving autistic scientists and experts are advancing autism research, from lending support for theories of the condition to shoring up trials of new treatments.

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Concerns over Efficacy and Cost of Muscle Wasting Treatments
Ruth Williams | Nov 11, 2020
Two new medications for treating a rare and deadly neuromuscular disease have high prices and questionable efficacies, say scientists.
Concerns Build Over Surgisphere’s COVID-19 Dataset
Catherine Offord | Jun 2, 2020
NEJM and The Lancet issue expressions of concern as researchers question where the company got its data on thousands of coronavirus patients.
Logistical Hurdles Leave COVID-19 Test Kits Unused
Amy Schleunes | Apr 10, 2020
Scientists at academic labs equipped to test for SARS-CoV-2 report that multiple barriers are preventing from them from operating at full capacity.
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Opinion: Health Reform in America—Where Are the Scientists?
Rachel Madley | Dec 31, 2019
Medicare for All could expand access to medical interventions—the very goal of biomedical research.
Medicare For All: A Scientist’s Take
The Scientist Staff | Dec 31, 2019
Rachel Madley, a Columbia University PhD student, discusses her views on access to healthcare.
Wine Therapy, Middle Ages
Kerry Grens | Oct 1, 2019
The beverage was a popular tonic and antiseptic.
Opinion: Applying AI to Clinical Care Is Key to Individualized Medicine
Opinion: Applying AI to Clinical Care Is Key to Individualized Medicine
Eric Topol | Jul 15, 2019
Not only can artificial intelligence revolutionize healthcare, it could help restore the doctor-patient relationship.
Book Excerpt from Deep Medicine
Eric Topol | Jul 15, 2019
In Chapter 10, “Deep Discovery,” author Eric Topol considers the marriage of omics and AI.
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CDC Reports About 700 Pregnancy-Related Deaths Each Year in the US
Chia-Yi Hou | May 8, 2019
Black women and Native American women die roughly three times more often than white women, and 60 percent of all maternal deaths may be preventable.
Members of Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Fired
Katarina Zimmer | Jan 2, 2018
The move follows mass resignations from the council in June.