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.
Researchers are comparing the way genes are expressed in thousands of sperm-forming cells in mice, macaques and humans to look for similarities and differences. This comparison provides clues about how sperm has evolved in mammals.
Long hospitalizations lead to large medical bills, with serious physical and emotional consequences for those recovering from critical illness.
New study points to a missed opportunity to improve quality of life for many women with incontinence.
A startling and disproportionate death rate among black Americans around the country from COVID-19 is revealing persistent inequities and the need for solutions to address them.