University of Illinois researchers and physicians at Carle Foundation Hospital developed a rapid test for sepsis that counts white blood cells and certain protein markers on their surface to monitor a patient’s immune response.
Newsviews featured the first dean, Dr. King Li, of the new Carle Illinois College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Illinois professor Martin Burke describes one that could treat anemia by replacing an iron transport protein.
Iron Man molecule restores balance to cells.
If viewing your latest medical test results on your doctor’s online portal leaves you scratching your head and wondering whether to start planning your 100th-birthday bash or begin writing your will, you’re not alone.
When a patient developed a complication following stomach surgery, Dr. Blair Rowitz thought of a novel way to repair it — but the right tool hadn’t been invented yet.
The Illinois faculty will teach alongside medical professionals from Carle Health System and the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine and nursing program.
The Microscale Biofabrication Lab, which will be located in the Digital Computer Laboratory (DCL) building—current home of the Bioengineering Department—is one of the latest equipment-focused investments by the Carver Charitable Trust at the University of Illinois.
Martin Burke says his synthesis machine could turbocharge chemists’ ability to create natural products.