UF Health researchers have deployed AI to refine and accelerate the evaluation of a common type of brain tumor.
The discovery offers potentially easier ways to study and manufacture complex natural chemicals, including those that could become medicines.
The study suggests that erasing an abundant modification on certain types of RNA may be a way to therapeutically target lung cancer.
The UF Health Cancer Center has expanded its research programs to strengthen the impact of cancer research and facilitate clinical translation of discoveries.
A study led by members of the UF Health Cancer Center found more than half of American adults have been recently exposed to secondhand tobacco smoke.
Researchers led by Piyush Jain, Ph.D., have found a new use for “genetic scissors” to detect RNA.
Ilyas Sahin, M.D., was interviewed by Physician's Weekly about his new study analyzing data on hepatocellular carcinoma with bone metastases.
Matthew Disney’s research using small molecules that target RNA is featured in a story in The Scientist.
The study suggests that colibactin may exacerbate mutations associated with colorectal cancer.
Researchers led by Olga Guryanova, Ph.D., have discovered how age-related changes in the blood system can make certain colon cancers grow faster.