Author: Angela Schlobohm

The University of Wisconsin announced recently that it received a $3.42 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop an app to prevent opioid relapses. According to a release, the goal of the project is to develop and deliver models to forecast the probability of opioid...

UW-Madison scientists have bio-engineered bacteria to deliver certain therapies to patients with heart disease, obesity, diabetes and other conditions. In treating metabolic diseases like these, doctors will often rely on polypeptides as therapeutic agents. They include hormones, enzymes, antibodies and other small molecules. Despite their miniscule...

Redox’s “Redox Gives,” a program to ensure that nonprofits and public health teams have the necessary access to data to fully empower their initiative, helped its first live recipient, the Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (WWHF), the company announced today. According to a release, WWHF went live with electronic...