U-M researchers make progress on extraordinary new artificial womb technology that could one day help extremely premature babies continue to develop outside the womb.
Beata Mostafavi covers communications for C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital. She leads media relations and helps coordinate social media content related to children’s and women’s health topics. Prior to joining the U-M Health System in 2012, she spent 10 years as a journalist.
Donated tumor tissue from a 5-year-old brain cancer patient uncovers the key and early role of a less-understood genetic mutation in the cancer’s fatal course.
FDA approves CAR T-cell therapy, a state-of-the-art immune-therapy trial to target childhood leukemia. Mott is the only certified treatment center in Michigan and one of a select few in the country to offer it.
Data show that the majority of neonatal epilepsy is linked to identifiable genetic causes, which may help guide treatment and family genetic counseling.
States that allow doctors to treat a patient’s sexual partner without an in-person visit may find more success lowering rates of sexually transmitted diseases.
Even in low amounts, interruptions to parent-child time caused by digital technology are associated with greater child behavior problems, a new study suggests.