Malcom is lead research communicator for Michigan Medicine’s basic science departments, as well as pulmonary and critical care medicine, infectious disease, urology, pathology and anesthesiology. She has more than 20 years of experience in strategic communications, marketing, and health and science writing.
As more patients are discharged from stressed ICUs, they face multiple problems brought on by the pandemic.
Mouse models of two rare brain development disorders see their conditions corrected through manipulation of histone H3K4me.
A study of the role of the Islet 1 gene in hormone production leads to accidental model of tumor formation.
A tiny arms race playing out inside the gut could eventually offer a new way to treat out-of-balance microbiomes.
Changes made to prescriptions during intensive care should be reassessed after discharge, study finds.