William A. Haseltine
I am a scientist, businessman, author, and philanthropist. For nearly two decades, I was a professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health where I founded two academic research departments, the Division of Biochemical Pharmacology and the Division of Human
The traditional ultrasound is limited and cumbersome, paving the way for a new portable ultrasound patch in the near future.
The spinal cord is a highway of information; it allows nerve signals to be sent around the body. With age, it slows and weakens. Now, scientists may have discovered why.
Approximately half of all cases of uveitis are of unknown origin. In contrast, the other half may be related to autoimmune or inflammatory disorders.
Retina imaging technologies go beyond the traditional visual inspection with dilated pupils and instead offer a non-invasive and painless method to examine the retina