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Katy Lydon is a Ph.D. candidate who conducts research in a biomedical engineering lab at Mayo Clinic. She’s among the winners of a national contest that aims to introduce the field to middle schoolers.
From harnessing AI to detect disease sooner to advancing treatments for rare and complex diseases, Mayo Clinic researchers innovate with the goal to provide the best in healthcare.
A Wisconsin man with chronic lymphocytic leukemia was out of therapeutic options. CAR-T cell therapy and a clinical trial put his disease in remission and gave him new hope for the future.
A dissolvable plug delivered stem cell therapy with few side effects in patients with single tract perianal fistulas, Mayo Clinic researchers discovered.
Mayo Clinic researchers found a noncellular substance suggested improvement in restoring muscle function and bladder control in preclinical models. The teams of Atta Behfar, M.D.,Read more
Stem cells show potential to safely slow progression of organ rejection in some lung transplant recipients, according to early Mayo Clinic research. This discovery offersRead more
For more than twenty-five years, Christopher Evans, Ph.D., a Mayo Clinic orthopedic scientist, has pushed to expand gene therapy beyond its original scope of treatingRead more
It's a long way to Mars. And nearly all the journey is outside of Earth's semiprotective atmosphere. Even the International Space Station, 248 miles up,Read more
Biomedical science is about solving puzzles. Why does a cell stop doing its job? How does it know what to do in the first place?Read more
In a recent paper published in Cell Reports, Mayo Clinic scientists found that extracellular vesicles encouraged inflammation of pancreatic beta cells and their environment inRead more